This group is for past, present, and future Cub owners: J3, PA11, PA18 and any other variants thereof.
Q&As, builds, and photos are encouraged, courtesy is to be expected, and fun stories are a necessity ;-)
Please put your photos into albums.
In discussion, build, and Q&A threads, please put the model of plane you are asking about in the title of the post
Dedicated to discussion about the venerable Cessna 206 and 207 aircraft: Land and Amphibious applications; events; stock aircraft;conversions and STC; aircraft and projects for sale; tips and criticisms on modofications; and so forth. Anything 206 and 207.
An Electric Aircraft may well be part of your not too distant Future
It is 2016 and although electric powered aircraft are still nowhere near the mainstream, exciting progress continues. Companies like...
This group is dedicated to collecting and preserving knowledge and information about the Found Aircraft Company of Canada's Bush Hawk, Bush Hawk XP, Expedition, and Bigfoot. Information about service issues, parts, tooling and operations on wheels, floats and skis are welcome! Come join us!
The purpose of this group is to share tips and observations about using a new light weight fabric material called Oratex 600 and Oratex 6000 for covering EAB and other aircraft.
Oratex is a new fabric covering material originally developed in Leipzig,Germany. It is very light in weight, easier to apply than most traditional materials, and the builder is noexposed to all the nasty...
The purpose of this group is to discuss and share ideas related to the full line of Backcountry Super Cub aircraft manufactured by
Backcountry Super Cubs, LLC in Douglas, Wyoming. http://www.supercub.com/
Their current line of aircraft as of February 2014 includes:
Backcountry Outlaw LSA http://www.supercub.com/outlaw1.html
Backcountry Super Cub...
Often touted as the ultimate do-everything aircraft, the Cessna 182 Skylane's legacy is almost as old as the Skywagon. Boasting between 225hp and 260hp (modified), the Skylane is still in production today. Most every modification available for Skywagons is available for Skylanes, as well as big tires and bigger nosewheel forks.
A Knowledge Base entry for the 182 has been...
The popular Rans S7 has a large following in the backcountry community, and rightly so. This Rotax-powered taildrager is a formidable bush machine. The S6 is the similar side-by-side model. The S20 is going to be a great backcountry machine.