Airworthiness Directive

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14 CFR Part 39

Amendment 39-2422; AD 75-24-02

Airworthiness Directives; Piper Models PA-28-180, PA-28R-180, PA-28R-200, PA-28-235, PA-32-260, PA-32-300, PA-34-200, and PA-34- 200T Airplanes
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AGENCY: Federal Aviation Administration, DOT

DATES: Effective November 21, 1975.

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75-24-02 PIPER: Amendment 39-2422. Applies to: PA-28-180 serial numbers 28- 7105001 through 28-7505046 inclusive, PA-28R-180 serial numbers 28R-7130001 through 28R-7130013 inclusive, PA-28R-200 serial numbers 28R-7135001 through 28R-7535041 inclusive, PA-28-235 serial numbers 28-7110001 through 28-7510016 inclusive, PA-32-260 serial numbers 32-1 through 32-7500002 inclusive, PA-32-300 serial numbers 32-40001 through 32-7540028 inclusive, PA-34-200 serial numbers 34-7250001 through 34-7450220 inclusive, and PA-34- 200T serial numbers 34-7570001 through 34-7570054 inclusive, certificated in all categories.

Compliance required within the next 100 hours time in service or at the next annual inspection, whichever comes first.

To prevent the seats from coming loose during an accident, accomplish the following:

1. Within the next 100 hours time in service after the effective date of this airworthiness directive or at the next annual inspection (whichever comes first) and thereafter at each annual inspection, inspect the rear legs on the quick-disconnect seats in accordance with Piper Service Letter No. 763.

2. If the retention is satisfactory, make appropriate log book entry.

3. If the retention is unsatisfactory, adjust or replace in accordance with Piper Service Letter No. 763, and make appropriate log book entry.

This amendment becomes effective November 21, 1975.