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  • Skymaster Ditching in Hawaii - Skymaster Forum
    concrete is better http flighttraining aopa org magaz or Grass html That same web page looked at another study of 329 belly landings and there wasn t a single fatality from a controlled gear up landing There was one fatality on the SECOND belly landing of a Baron twin after an attempted gear up take off the pilot forgot to put the gear down attempted a take off when the props touched the ground one engine then failed and an assortment of untamed aerodynamic forces drove the airplane into the ground Ernie Martin Ernie Martin View Public Profile Visit Ernie Martin s homepage Find all posts by Ernie Martin 4 02 03 16 09 32 PM hharney Rough Surface Join Date Jul 2002 Location Michigan 08C Posts 1 640 Thanks Ernie for the response Check out the video below he had a luggage pod installed and very minimal damage Never even touched a prop blade https www youtube com watch v 4HAMMJivZs or https www youtube com watch v CbZlgHofgrI Herb R Harney 1968 337C I m in the front of the aircraft to prevent it from committing suicide Last edited by hharney 02 03 16 at 09 39 PM hharney View Public Profile Visit hharney s homepage Find all posts by hharney 5 02 03 16 09 53 PM JamesC Registered User Join Date Sep 2013 Location Canada Posts 86 Runway better than grass https www youtube com watch v CbZlgHofgrI and if you have both engines running and forget to lower the gear https www youtube com watch v bsqtWSIALXU I would find the water landing a lot scarier but I guess the runway water choice is an individual decision like anything else Would get a lot less media attention on the runway and if you had to pay for salvage aircraft removal it would be a lot cheaper on the runway JamesC View Public Profile Find all posts by JamesC 6 02 03 16 10 32 PM JAG Registered User Join Date Jun 2014 Location Texas Posts 13 On land for sure Personal preference I would have landed it on the runway not only the risk of egress in the water but the damage caused by the water landing may make this aircraft scrap metal beyond economical repair The only possible thought I have is that the airport did not want the pilot to land on a runway and shut down an operational runway I have heard of ATC asking pilot to land on the grass versus the runway for this reason but at the end of the day it is the pilots decision Jeff JAG View Public Profile Find all posts by JAG 7 02 04 16 12 45 AM Skymaster337B Registered User Join Date Jun 2004 Location New Mexico Posts 439 Here s a video to the water landing http video foxnews com v 473631185 sp show clips Enjoy Skymaster337B View Public Profile Find all posts by Skymaster337B 8 02 10 16 05 24 PM

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  • Who Posted? - Skymaster Forum
    Who Posted Total Posts 12 User Name Posts hharney 4 JamesC 3 JAG 2 Ernie Martin 1 Hankgator 1 Skymaster337B 1 Show Thread Close Window

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  • T337E Problem at full throttle, full rich - Skymaster Forum
    3 02 17 16 05 54 PM hharney Rough Surface Join Date Jul 2002 Location Michigan 08C Posts 1 640 Here is the service bulletin for the fuel set up on the Continental IO 360 You will need to have a good set up of gauges and fittings Attached Files SID97 3E Fuel Set up pdf 447 0 KB 52 views Herb R Harney 1968 337C I m in the front of the aircraft to prevent it from committing suicide hharney View Public Profile Visit hharney s homepage Find all posts by hharney 4 02 18 16 06 36 PM Skymaster337B Registered User Join Date Jun 2004 Location New Mexico Posts 439 WARNING Over a year ago an improper fuel pressure setting killed a man shortly after take off Insist it be checked IAW the attached service bulletin Skymaster337B View Public Profile Find all posts by Skymaster337B 5 02 19 16 01 37 PM Hankgator Registered User Join Date Feb 2015 Location Houston Posts 5 Thanks Guys I hope I can get it resolved without too much hassle Very frustrating Appreciate the help Hankgator View Public Profile Find all posts by Hankgator 6 02 20 16 07 58 PM n86121 bigcheese Join Date Nov 2003 Location Potomac Airfield Posts 67 Snot in injector Interestingly enough was having intermittent similar issue Turned out snot in an injector One cylinder would clog up as fuel pressure increased Cleaned snot All happy David Wartofsky Potomac Airfield 10300 Glen Way Fort Washington MD 20744 n86121 View Public Profile Visit n86121 s homepage Find all posts by n86121 7 02 22 16 12 23 AM kbecker Registered User Join Date Feb 2009 Location Calif Posts 12 This does not sound like an injector issue to me but a fuel pressure issue If leaning the mixture

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  • Who Posted? - Skymaster Forum
    Who Posted Total Posts 8 User Name Posts Hankgator 3 kbecker 2 hharney 1 Skymaster337B 1 n86121 1 Show Thread Close Window

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  • Looking for C337 AP AVM... - Skymaster Forum
    06 AM Frank Benvin View Public Profile Visit Frank Benvin s homepage Find all posts by Frank Benvin 3 02 26 16 10 29 AM Frank Benvin Registered User Join Date Apr 2002 Location CYCD Posts 222 Here are pictures Attached Thumbnails Frank Benvin View Public Profile Visit Frank Benvin s homepage Find all posts by Frank Benvin 4 02 26 16 11 10 AM AP AVM Registered User Join Date Feb 2016 Location Waterloo ON Posts 8 Quote Originally Posted by Frank Benvin What is left of it is sitting in my back yard Cham Gill lives in Abbottsford BC Victoria Air maintenance Victoria BC Canada bought it They pulled the motors and put them in the owners 1965 337 Lots of parts were sold by them I bought it from the owner of Victoria Air maintenance after he sold his 337 I have the gutted fuselage both my father and I own 1967 337B s we use it for spare parts It still has AP AVM markings on it Frank Hi Frank Good to meet you online and thanks for getting back to me so swiftly I ve been on this hunt for last few years and today seems to be the great day for me and my family that we have found her existence and that she is still alive I don t have words to show how happy I m to see her once again after so many years Wait till my cousins get this news back in Pakistan they will be blown away Last edited by AP AVM 02 26 16 at 05 05 PM AP AVM View Public Profile Find all posts by AP AVM 5 02 26 16 12 07 PM Frank Benvin Registered User Join Date Apr 2002 Location CYCD Posts 222

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  • Skymaster Forum - View Profile: AP AVM
    51 AM Forum Info Contact Info Join Date 02 23 16 Posts Total Posts 8 0 13 posts per day Find all posts by AP AVM Find all threads started by AP AVM AP AVM has no contact information Additional Information Group Memberships Aircraft type eg 69 T337D or none none Location Waterloo ON AP AVM is not a member of any public groups All times are GMT 4 The

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  • Center-line thrust prototype - Skymaster Forum
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  • Skymaster Forum - View Profile: Frank Benvin
    10 18 AM Forum Info Contact Info Join Date 04 22 02 Posts Total Posts 222 0 04 posts per day Find all posts by Frank Benvin Find all threads started by Frank Benvin Home Page http www quadrajet ca Additional Information Group Memberships Aircraft type eg 69 T337D or none 1967 337B Location CYCD Frank Benvin is not a member of any public groups All times are GMT 4

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