-Sobchuk Powerflow Tip
-160 HP conversion
-68 cowl mod to 177B
-Rapco vaccuum pump shroud
-Larger oil cooler
-Oil cooler 337
-Fixed Cowl (Maple Leaf/RS)
-Landing Light Cover
-Gear Pump Warning
-Nose Gear Turnbuckle
CFO 337 Page
No project is complete until the paperwork is done, and this is particulary true with aircraft modifications. A few sample 337s can go a long way toward making that an easy part of the project.
In this system we are collecting as many 337s related to the Cessna Cardinal as we can. You will find the current list along the left side of the page.
It can be a challenge to format 337s, and they tend to arrive in a wide range of formats. Each page will present the available information in as readable a format as possible.
The 337s listed have been sent in by CFO members. If you have a 337 that you are willing to share, either on paper or in some electronic form, please drop a note to
the Webmaster, Keith Peterson.
These pages are a collection of the ideas and impressions of the Cardinal pilots who frequent this site. This information is anecdotal, informal and may not be completely accurate. The Cardinal Flyers are not certified mechanics and do not guarantee the accuracy of the contents of these pages. Please research and confirm anything that is referenced on these pages with the experts appropriate to your situation.
As always, the Cessna maintenance, operations and flight manuals, and the advice of a certified mechanic and flight instructor, should be your primary sources of information regarding safe maintenance and operation of your aircraft.
Update! We now have a PDF files available for all 337 files. PDF files are loaded and printed by Adobe Acrobat, a free reader. If you do not have it, you may download the reader at this link.
Some browsers will load the image directly into the browser window. If you prefer to save the file to disk, try a right mouse click on the link and select 'save target as.. or the option with words to that effect.
The images below may print out slightly more clearly, but are more difficult to print and work with. These image files are the computer version of a fax.
When you click on the link your browser will open a new window with the image loaded in it. You should be able to simply print the image, depending on whether your browser lets you set the printout to fit to one page.
If the image does not fit the paper, you may need to save it to disk and find another application that will print it properly. Ideally you will have an application that allows you to select 'fit to page' as an option in the print setup window.
One such program is the Microsoft Image Viewer. There are many others, feel free to use whatever works for you.
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