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Bleeding The Piper PA-28, PA-32 and PA-34 Brake System

Bleeding The Piper PA-28, PA-32 and PA-34 Brake System

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August 2014- For as long as I can remember, bleeding the brakes on the Cherokee family of aircraft (all PA-28, PA-32 and PA-34 models) has been a problem. For years I've listened as many mechanics and owners suggested the different approaches that they have taken to bleed the brakes—all with a limited amount of success.

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  • Paul Trusz

    Paul Trusz

    05 October 2014 | Comment Link

    I just joined Piperflyer and found it to be very informative.
    This article is great. I used a simular procedure before but it's great to see it written down.
    We hope to attend the fly in at Boerne, Tx this weekend.
    And recommendations?
    Our home base is KGTU.

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