Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Beech B-19 Sport, N9252S: Landed very hard before lip of asphalt runway















AIRCRAFT:   1975 Beech B-19 Sport; S/N MB780; N9252S

ENGINE – Lycoming O-320-E3D; S/N L-40648-27A

PROPELLER – Sensenich 74DDM6S5-0-54; Hub /N A40546

APPROXIMATE TOTAL TIME AIRFRAME: 2,399.67

ENGINE:   765.5 SMOH  (1981 OH)

PROPELLER:    2,399.67 SNEW          

AIRFRAME:  2,399.67 SNEW                    

OTHER EQUIPMENT: KX170B; AT150; CDI     

DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT:  Landed very hard before lip of asphalt runway. Nose gear bent. Both MLG bent. Both wings bent at wing root and leading edge. No prop strike.

DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES:    Nose gear canted right. Both MLG bent. Wings compression damage at leading edge. One flap up, one flap down.         NO prop strike!

LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT: Enterprise, AL (KEDU)            

REMARKS: Airplane is tied down on ramp.  

Read more here:     http://www.avclaims.com/N9252S.htm

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