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  1. wyoman18

    1939 Piper J-3 W&B/Mixture Control Question

    Hello all, we recently acquired a beautiful 1939 Piper J-3 Cub for tailwheel training in Sheridan, WY (KSHR). Airport 4,000MSL. The aircraft is equipped with a Continental C90-8F engine (200 hrs SMOH) and recent overhauled Stromberg NA-S3 Carb. Couple questions for you: We are unable to...
  2. U

    J3 tailwheel question

    I have a 1946 J3-65 (N88490), with a C85-12 engine. At some time in the past (I would need to look at my logbooks to figure out when), it was modified with a Maule pneumatic tire tailwheel with the "hook" instead of a real fork. I believe the original tailwheel was a Scott fork and solid...