Shared February 18, 2018
There is nothing like flying a Cub from a grass runway.
In this video, I go through the maneuvers necessary to be able to get checked off to rent a 1946 Piper Cub Special. Unlike the J-3 Cub, this Cub Special has 85 horsepower, an electric starter, and is soloed from the front. This is one of my dream planes!
I had gotten my tailwheel endorsement a year prior, so this video does not show all maneuvers necessary for the endorsement and is highly edited. *Video is Not intended for training purposes*
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Thanks to the people at Right Rudder Aviation for the checkout and for maintaining such a beautiful piece of history.
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