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17 Jun 2019 23:25 #2059 by Matt Gunsch
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check the Type certificate Data sheet, it will tell you if you are required to have a POH, in the G model that is a yes. You must have a weight and balance, and the required placards and instrument limits listed in the type certificate for the airframe and engine.

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12 May 2019 21:37 #1966 by John Jones
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Check out the official type certificate in the "files" section. It should specify the required placards for your mode. My 'coupe had the required placard printed on paper and taped to the dash. That must be OK as that was not a squawk during my first annual and the plane was found airworthy.

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12 May 2019 21:32 #1965 by Larry Snyder
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That’s all you need. The Ercoupes were built before a POH was required. That one page bulletin satisfies the requirement for operating limits.
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12 May 2019 21:20 #1964 by Lawson Laslo
AROW Operating limitations was created by Lawson Laslo
I need operation limits to be legal
Where do I get it
Is this it? If so can I just print it and put it in airplane?
www.ercoupe.org/images/415FlightManual.jpg

Lawson Laslo
Oklahoma city
Student Pilot
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