March 2015 Issue
How About Maintenance?
Simple as they are, vintage taildraggers are equally simple to maintain. And even though the original Cubs are 77 years old, parts and support of various kinds are widely available. “It’s probably the only airplane you can build today from the combination of three catalogs: Univair, Wag-Aero and an engine shop. You can buy everything to build one,” says Cub Club’s Steve Krog. And that includes major parts, such as control surfaces, wing parts, gear components and so forth.
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