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Service Bulletins


2011 Listing

Spar Carrythrough:
SEL-57-07r1
SEL-57-09
SEL-57-09r1
210 AD AMOC
FAA ACS

Spar Caps:
SAIB CE-16-11

Alternator Breaker:
SK150-46

Stab Brackets:
SEB89-1
SEB89-01R3

Stab Attachment:
SK177-11

Engine Timing:
SL-1325A

Governer plate:
S.I. 1438
page two

Valve Wobble/ Sticking:
S.I. 1425
SB 388

Prop Strike:
SB-533A

Crank Seal:
SB-533A

Muffler Bracket
removal se77-35
change se80-6

Seat Rail Fasteners:
cd-90-03r2

Seat Rail Cracks:
SE 83-6

Turnbuckle Cracks:
ce-19-13

Yoke Safety Wire:
27-01r02

Oil Filter Addition:
SSP-885-1

Static Wick Addition:
SSP-885-1

Ground Service Addition:
RG: AK177-68e
FG: AK177-69d

Blue Gear Hoses:
seb92-8e

Gear Mods:
SB72-26
SK177-12
SK177-20a
SK177-31

'71 RG mods:
SEL71-32

'68 FG mods:
Cardinal Rule

Advisory Circulars:

AC 23-27 aging aircraft parts.
  

Service Documents


There are a few service bulletins and other documents of interest to Cardinal owners. On this page we try to collect those details in case we need to find them later.

Note that there are various types of documents, including FAA documents and manufacturer docuement. Although many of the manufacturer documents are labeled Mandatory they are only mandatory in the opinion of that company. The FAA does not require Part 91 operators in the US to comply with these documents. Some other countries do require compliance.

Special thanks to Jock McLean, who has sent a few copies over from Australia. It seems that they are mandatory in Australia, rather than optional as they are in the US, so the folks over there have an extra good handle on such documentation.

If you see a service bulletin missing that we should have, please send it along to us.


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.



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