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  1. #1
    janera at msn.com
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    b19 weight

    Hi I am new to the list, just got a b19 with a L -180 ENG, does anyone
    know if there is a gross weight diff when this change is made to the
    bigger eng, this is my second mouse it is a nice bird, two doors lots
    of room,just sold the 172 thanks James Aschenbach wb9orv


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    b19 weight

    In a message dated 14/11/2005 11:18:59 AM Eastern Standard Time,
    janera@msn.com writes:

    Hi I am new to the list, just got a b19 with a L -180 ENG, does anyone
    know if there is a gross weight diff when this change is made to the
    bigger eng, this is my second mouse it is a nice bird, two doors lots
    of room,just sold the 172 thanks James Aschenbach wb9orv



    Don't think there is much info, in regards to a B19 with an O-360..

    Some facts are know, but, alot of mysteries too..

    I'm all ears..
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    b19 weight

    Wasn't there some stuff going around a few months back
    that suggested that these 180 HP sports my have been
    made for the canadian military? I could just be
    spreading rumors...

    Any way, If I couldn't document a GW difference in my
    paper work, I'd probably buy a Sundowner 180 POH and
    use that for loading and balancing. Not that I'm
    making any suggestions that anyone out there over load
    an airplane and such. You just have to be your own
    judge.

    Jay

    --- Bigbajon@aol.com wrote:

    >
    > In a message dated 14/11/2005 11:18:59 AM Eastern
    > Standard Time,
    > janera@msn.com writes:
    >
    > Hi I am new to the list, just got a b19 with a L
    > -180 ENG, does anyone
    > know if there is a gross weight diff when this
    > change is made to the
    > bigger eng, this is my second mouse it is a nice
    > bird, two doors lots
    > of room,just sold the 172 thanks James Aschenbach
    > wb9orv
    >
    >
    >
    > Don't think there is much info, in regards to a B19
    > with an O-360..
    >
    > Some facts are know, but, alot of mysteries too..
    >
    > I'm all ears..
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    b19 weight

    Far as I know, Canuck birds were 'Downers. Yankee birds from University of
    Illinois were converted B19 to 180 Lycs.

    Know an MM fella who sold his 180 converted B19..Might this be it?..

    In a message dated 14/11/2005 12:47:31 PM Eastern Standard Time,
    j_w_bruce@yahoo.com writes:

    Wasn't there some stuff going around a few months back
    that suggested that these 180 HP sports my have been
    made for the canadian military? I could just be
    spreading rumors...

    Any way, If I couldn't document a GW difference in my
    paper work, I'd probably buy a Sundowner 180 POH and
    use that for loading and balancing. Not that I'm
    making any suggestions that anyone out there over load
    an airplane and such. You just have to be your own
    judge.

    Jay

    --- Bigbajon@aol.com wrote:

    >
    > In a message dated 14/11/2005 11:18:59 AM Eastern
    > Standard Time,
    > janera@msn.com writes:
    >
    > Hi I am new to the list, just got a b19 with a L
    > -180 ENG, does anyone
    > know if there is a gross weight diff when this
    > change is made to the
    > bigger eng, this is my second mouse it is a nice
    > bird, two doors lots
    > of room,just sold the 172 thanks James Aschenbach
    > wb9orv
    >
    >
    >
    > Don't think there is much info, in regards to a B19
    > with an O-360..
    >
    > Some facts are know, but, alot of mysteries too..
    >
    > I'm all ears..




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  5. #5

    b19 weight

    OTOH..Yankee birds might have been some other model 19..A23-19??..forget all
    the letters & stuff..

    In a message dated 14/11/2005 12:55:41 PM Eastern Standard Time,
    Bigbajon@aol.com writes:

    Far as I know, Canuck birds were 'Downers. Yankee birds from University of

    Illinois were converted B19 to 180 Lycs.

    Know an MM fella who sold his 180 converted B19..Might this be it?..

    In a message dated 14/11/2005 12:47:31 PM Eastern Standard Time,
    j_w_bruce@yahoo.com writes:

    Wasn't there some stuff going around a few months back
    that suggested that these 180 HP sports my have been
    made for the canadian military? I could just be
    spreading rumors...

    Any way, If I couldn't document a GW difference in my
    paper work, I'd probably buy a Sundowner 180 POH and
    use that for loading and balancing. Not that I'm
    making any suggestions that anyone out there over load
    an airplane and such. You just have to be your own
    judge.

    Jay

    --- Bigbajon@aol.com wrote:

    >
    > In a message dated 14/11/2005 11:18:59 AM Eastern
    > Standard Time,
    > janera@msn.com writes:
    >
    > Hi I am new to the list, just got a b19 with a L
    > -180 ENG, does anyone
    > know if there is a gross weight diff when this
    > change is made to the
    > bigger eng, this is my second mouse it is a nice
    > bird, two doors lots
    > of room,just sold the 172 thanks James Aschenbach
    > wb9orv
    >
    >
    >
    > Don't think there is much info, in regards to a B19
    > with an O-360..
    >
    > Some facts are know, but, alot of mysteries too..
    >
    > I'm all ears..




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