Saturday, December 15, 2018

Piper PA-28-161, N9062K: Aircraft bounced when contacted the runway; nose wheel and propeller struck runway



AIRCRAFT:   1977 Piper PA28-161 N9062K, s/n: 28-7816187 

Last Annual Inspection Airframe: 02/19/2019


Last 100 Hour Inspection: 06/14/2019 at 11117.09 TTAF; 8220.16 Tach


Airframe Total Time: 11,127.51 hours                        


ENGINE:

Lycoming  O-320-D3G, s/n: L-8580-39A

Last Annual: 02/19/2019

Last 100 Hour: 06/14/2019 1708.19 TSMOH

TTSN: Unknown

TTSMOH: 1718.51 hrs

TT Since 100 Hour: 10.42 hrs       

PROPELLER: 

Sensenich 74DM6-O-60,  s/n: K37299

TTSN: Unknown

TTSMOH: Unknown 


EQUIPMENT: 

Bendix-King KMA-24 audio panel

Bendix-King KN-64 DME

TMK MX 170C

Stratus Appareo Transponder

DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT: N9062K “bounced” when it contacted the runway and the nose wheel, and the prop struck the runway.

DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES:   Damage includes but may not be limited to:

Propeller tips,

Engine experienced a prop strike

Lower engine cowling

Motor mount.

Skin wrinkling aft of the firewall in front of the right lower corner of the windscreen.                                                                 

LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT:     Fort Worth Meacham International Airport (KFTW), Ft. Worth, TX

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