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Unread 07-27-17, 07:52 PM
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Maintenance Shop in NW with P337 experience

Hi Skymaster oficianados,
Just wanted to let the group know I've been searching around the Seattle area for someone to troubleshoot my pressure system (psi diff of 1.5ish) in my T337G-P and closest I could find was Aero Air. Spoke to Eichard and seemed really nice...hoping to get in there in the next couple of months. If anyone has any pireps on the place it would be appreciated.

Scott
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Unread 10-26-21, 09:51 AM
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I'm getting close to my first skymaster and I am curious about this too. I've seen them landing and getting service at KRNT. I think proflight but I'm not sure.
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I can recommend Metal Innovations at KUAO just south of Portland.

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Unread 10-27-21, 07:21 PM
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Aero Air is a good shop, but they mostly work on turbine equipment. Northwest Aircraft Maintenance, also at HIO took care of my P337G for the three years that I had it. Rian and Dirk are good honest folks. Either shop would be a good choice, Aero Air probably has a better way to pressurize the plane on the ground, Northwest Aircraft Maintenance will likely be a less expensive option. Your problem likely is just due to cabin leaks, which can take a bit to track down. The more you find and fix, the higher pressurization differential you can achieve, the more leaks you find! Be sure you get it to where it will maintain 3.35psi on one engine and you will be where you need to be. Lots of places that airframe can leak too......
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