Instructions for equipping the fuel tank outlets with finger strainers.
Immediate changes necessary in the bungee installation.
Reports of binding in the stabilizer rear support bearing and, as the link tube at the adjustment yoke is of similar construction, there is a possibility that the same difficulty may occur there.
Inspecting tail brace rod clevises attached to the fin for cracks and replacing wherever necessary.
Reported failures of the ribstitching both in the wing and control surface covering which may result in the fabric being torn from the structure while in flight.
Failure of the fuel shut-off control attachment at the swivel fitting.
Reports of the listed model airplanes that the engine will not operate properly with low fuel in the 7 gallon header tank.
Wing aileron bellcrank brackets failing due to parking or staking out the airplane with the tail into the wind without securing the controls.
A noticeable aging of the spar finish occurs in listed airplane models that are continually exposed to adverse atmospheric conditions.
Inspection of the stabilizer aluminum yoke casting, and if any cracks are apparent, the part should be replaced before further operation of the airplane.
Instructions for repairs of minor cracks, pin holes and failed spot welds in the stainless steel wing tanks.
Testing for secure attachment of flexible hose end fittings.
Failure of the stabilizer rear bearing bracket as a result of improper or insufficient lubrication.
Inspecting for cracks at or near the weld beads at the attachment of the muffler outer shell to the end plates.
Failure of the floorboard and rudder pedal lug attachment to the tubular structure due to continued flexing of these parts during operation.
Due to a number of reported failures of single strand .032" safety wire used on control system turnbuckles, it is considered necessary to replace the safety wire with single strand .040" brass or copper wire.
Installing tailspring attachment reinforcing units, part numbers 30882 and 30871, to prevent tailspring attachment failure.
Materials list and procedure for installing a Plexiglas windshield.
These inspection notes are issued as a recommended check list to assist owners, operators, and maintenance personnel in keeping their Piper airplanes in an airworthy condition.
How to fix difficulties with the fabric where it attaches to the fuselage under the windshield top and/or directly over the rear edge of the windshield top attachment channel.