1980 Cessna TR182
Turbo. Retract. Factory O2.
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My Thoughts on Flying...
and Ownership

Hello, fellow aviator. My name is Troy. Here's my philosophy about flying, safety, and ownership maintenance practices.

If you're like me, you love to fly. You take a certain pride in items you own, and you care for them accordingly. You want to be 100% confident when flying with your family and friends, and you are willing to spend the time and money that is needed to ensure that your flying machine is always in perfect working order, and that your proficiency (not currency) is nothing less than top-notch.

I fly with my wife and family. As the NE Texas Wing Leader for Angel Flight South Central, I fly people on charitable missions. All of these people look to me as pilot-in-command to provide them with safe and reliable transportation. And I aim to do just that.

In the pages that follow, you'll find links to additional information that may interest you as a fellow TR182 pilot.

Pilots Operating Handbook for the 1980 Cessna TR182 (Turbo Retract Skyland). Fully indexed and searchable PDF.

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Service Manual for 1978-1986 R182 and TR182 models. Fully indexed and searchable PDF.

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Illustrated Parts Catalog for 1978-1986 R182 and TR182 models. Fully indexed and searchable PDF.

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Lycoming O540 Engine Operator's Manual, Aug 2006 Revision. Fully indexed and searchable PDF.

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FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet 3A13 for R182/TR182 models (3A13). Fully indexed and searchable PDF.

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