Learning Experiences

November 2006 Issue

The Over-Inflated Strut

During my now well over 2000 hours in Cessna 206 Stationairs, I’d never thought much about a little under-inflation or a tad of over-inflation in the nose strut. And then it happened: my wife and I came within inches of serious injury—or worse—just because I departed with an over-inflated nose gear. …

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