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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2021 11:14 am    Post subject: Monowheel Inner Tube Reply with quote

At our first fuel stop on a long cross country last week, the tire on our mono went flat during the roll out after landing on a paved runway. We always carry a new tube with us, but our spare was defective. We use a 7.00-6 6 ply tire on our mono. We tried to use the tire size to find a new tube but couldn’t find one. We patched the old tube and returned home. It may help others to know, the correct tube is an AeroClassic Leakguard, part number GL-70877B and it is in stock at Desser Tire.

Jim & Heather


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2021 11:29 am    Post subject: Monowheel Inner Tube Reply with quote

I thought you were running the beringer?

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At our first fuel stop on a long cross country last week, the tire on our mono went flat during the roll out after landing on a paved runway. We always carry a new tube with us, but our spare was defective. We use a 7.00-6 6 ply tire on our mono.  We tried to use the tire size to find a new tube but couldn’t find one. We patched the old tube and returned home. It may help others to know, the correct tube is an AeroClassic Leakguard, part number GL-70877B and it is in stock at Desser Tire.

Jim & Heather




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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2021 8:36 am    Post subject: Monowheel Inner Tube Reply with quote

It is essential for all of us to keep up on the spare parts needed for our aircraft, and where to buy them. Of course, part numbers and retailers change over time and we must keep up.
I published a list many years ago for the spares for the general Europa kit as an example. On my own aircraft, I find every year I must review my parts, part numbers (and cost) of normal expendable and time change parts. I do this at every annual/ inspection interval. I personally keep an updated list in my laptop and my cell phone's micro SD memory card. I created a file folder that also contains every pdf, word doc, and drawing on every piece of equipment as well as countless wiring, service and operational information or manuals necessary for service, troubleshooting and repair of my particular aircraft.

In order to keep this data available on your computer and smart phone it is a point and click world of information which is easily downloaded, cut and inserted into a document to suit your needs (with a considerable amount of organization time Im afraid). I've found this data in my computer and smart phone to be invaluable. Especially when at the airport or off station with maintenance required. This is especially true for our second hand owners unfamiliar with maintenance of their aircraft. The information is excellent for troubleshooting, but also for planning the work for an efficient repair.

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