T-28 info?

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  1. just-nick

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    I'm not usually one for the "please does anyone have this" sort of post, but I've just run against a wall. I'm trying to find good, technical, systems and flight information on the T-28 -- in any of its versions. Anyone on this board got anything good? It would be much appreciated, I promise!

    Thanks,

    Nick
     
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    Hi Ron,

    By any chance do you have any on the T-6 Texan.

    Thanks in advance

    Micdrow
     
  4. Ron Handgraaf

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    Hello Nick,

    Just finished the manual for the T-28. It was a lot of work, but I like the result. I suppose you will like it too!
    It can be found at:

    North American T-28 Trojan

    Regards

    Ron

    And as an answer to MICDROW, I just wanted to ask if somebody has this kind of manual for the T-6!
    As you have seen before, the only HARVARD manuals I have are in Dutch, which is easy for me, but probably not for you!

    Regards

    Ron

    By the way. do you think that B-17 is flying low? I have been flying lower for about 10,000 hours as an agricultural pilot!
     
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    Very true Ron, I have no clue on how to read Dutch. Are you still flying as and agricultural pilot? Maybe I will find one at the airshow this year.
     
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    Hallo Micdrow,

    I stopped spraying in 1999. Still flying as an instructor, but I have been grounded for two months now. Ear problems.
    That's why I am very busy with websites and webshop!

    Regards

    Ron
     
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    Welcome Ron, appreciate your help in this site. I too am a flight instructor but it seems you've been at it a bit longer. I sent you a PM, again appreciate your participation.
     
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    I have been instructing since 1983.
    I prefer to fly with taildraggers, Super Cub, Broussard, Emeraude etc. but also Diamond Katana and DA-40 series.
    What do you fly?

    Regards

    Ron
     
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    I started flying in 1978, tried again in 1985, and then got serious around 1994. I mainly fly Cessnas (172s) but have flown Pipers and L-29 jets. i recently got my tail wheel endorsement in a Supercub.

    I'm also an A&P and IA.
     
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