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    Your headed down the wrong road, the reason that folks have been running the
    Pawnee tail springs for 40 years is it works! Send that one back.......
    And if you want the best there is for the back end of your plane then there is NO spring that is within a 'bulls roar' of the T3 tailspring.
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    I’ve got a Pawnee spring I took off when I put the T3 on my Cub. If you want to try it PM me and I’ll send it to you.
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    First 12 I owned had the hard rubber Maule style tail wheel. Most trouble free and shimmy free of any I’ve had. May want to consider keeping that setup if your mission allows it

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    Clarification,

    I have a Scott 3200 and intend to keep and use it.

    I do NOT have a maule hard rubber tailwheel.

    I appreciate the offer for the Pawnee spring, and may take you up on that if the new spring doesn't work.
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    Maule hard rubber twheel

    Quote Originally Posted by N4263M View Post
    First 12 I owned had the hard rubber Maule style tail wheel. Most trouble free and shimmy free of any Iíve had. May want to consider keeping that setup if your mission allows it
    First thing I did with every banner Cub/Cruiser we had. Never, ever had any trouble with them. Used to be cheap - not anymore. Unless you need a pneumatic wheel for soft or rough ground,, the hard one is impossible to beat. IMHO, of course.

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    So my Harrison oil cooler is going to need to be replaced soon. Anybody have a recommendation for replacement that will work with the kenmore 150 STC. Would like to stay front mount with same mounting.


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    I put one on my new 12, love it, if you go direct to Niagra they are great folks to deal with as well
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    I got the Aero Classics 8000328. Itís well made and very light. With the Kenmore STC every ounce you can shave off the front end is a good thing


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