CESSNA 172 and SKYHAWK Series 1969 thru 1976 Service Manual Download
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1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION 11A. ENGINE (CONTINENTAL) 2. GROUND HANDLING, SERVICING, 12. FUEL SYSTEM CLEANING, LUBRICATION & INSPECTION3. FUSELAGE 13. PROPELLER 4. WINGS AND EMPENNAGE 14. UTILITY SYSTEMS 5. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES 15. INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS 6. AILERON CONTROL SYSTEM 16. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 7. WING FLAP CONTROL SYSTEM 17. ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS (DELETED) 8. ELEVATOR CONTROL SYSTEM 18. STRUCTURAL REPAIR 9. ELEVATOR TRIM TAB CONTROL SYSTEM 19. PAINTING 10. RUDDER CONTROL SYSTEM 20. WIRING DIAGRAMS
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Just think, more than a hundred years have passed since the Wright brothers took their car into the air, and the fearless French aviator Louis Blériot flew across the English Channel in an airplane! Then, in faraway Kansas, a farmer spent all his money and his wife's dowry to buy an aircraft that would conquer the skies. The name of this dreamer was Clyde Vernon Cessna. It was he who was destined to create the legendary Cessna aircraft company and become as important a figure in aircraft construction as Henry Ford in the automotive business. The international business magazine learned about how it all happened.
Cessna Aircraft Company is a manufacturer of a wide range of aircraft, from light two-seaters to large business jets.
Clyde was born in Iowa, the son of one of the many migrant farmers who roamed the States by the thousands. Cessnas stopped in Kansas, built their own farm. Clyde Vernon was prophesied to manage the farm, but only his rural business was not particularly interested. The guy was generally a "black sheep" in his home: long, thin and a little awkward, he stood out against the stocky and broad-shouldered brothers.
Like many farm children, the Cessnes received only a primary school education. Further, the guys were expected only by hard work on the plantations - to cultivate the land and graze cattle. All this was alien to the born dreamer Clyde: as soon as he had a free minute, he ran to collect various rubbish from all over the district in order to make outlandish machines and devices out of it in his father's barn. The boy was barely 15, and he already understood agricultural machinery no worse than experienced mechanics!
But farming never entered the soul of young Clyde Vernon. For ten whole years, the guy, as they say today, was “looking for himself”: either he bet on horse races, then he traveled around the country as a traveling salesman, then he was hired by a gold digger, then he competed in auto racing. Finally, at the age of 25, he decided to link his fate with business - he took up the profitable car trade in those days. The talent of a mechanic here was very useful to a young entrepreneur: he managed to turn the most hopeless rusty wreck into a brilliant feast for the eyes!
Perhaps Cessna would have gone down in history as a successful car dealer, but fate decided otherwise: it was solely out of idle interest that Clyde got into an air show in 1910 - a spectacle that was then a curiosity for Americans. And he falls in love at first sight with outlandish mechanisms that resemble a hybrid of a bookcase and a flying kite, but still somehow miraculously capable of lifting a person into the air. This is the work of a lifetime, to which it is not a pity to devote oneself!
By the age of 31, Cessna had a wife, a small son, and a successful business. But the true confession still turned out to be stronger! He sells his business, leaves his family at home and goes to New York to start a new life - he goes to study aircraft engineering at the Queen Airplane Company. The man gave all the money he had, including his wife's dowry, to buy his own airplane.
Every day for several months, Clyde taught himself how to fly. As it turned out, taking off and landing without incident was not so easy. Already on the first day, the flimsy airplane began to burst at the seams, and the novice aviator was fined $ 200 for frightening neighboring sheep to death. Soaring into the sky did work, but landing - no.
All attempts by Cessna to fix the collapsed acquisition turned out to be a constant failure. There was nothing left but to build a new airplane, in the image and likeness of a broken one. The self-taught designer called his creation Silverwing. However, the homemade product with the proud name "Silver Wing" exactly repeated the fate of its predecessor.
The stubborn Clyde did not give up, but was already on the verge of despair: each unsuccessful takeoff turned into huge expenses for repairs and fines. Finally, for the thirteenth time, his invention took to the skies, made a circle over the field and successfully landed on the ground along with a happy pilot.