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Piper 28R-180 Exhaust Parts

             As just one of the many variants of the Piper PA-28 family, the Piper 28R-180 Arrow differs from the original PA-28 due to it s four-place, retractable landing gear landplane, the Lycoming IO-360-B1E engine with 180   hp.

             First certified in June of 1967, the PA-28R-180 came with a constant-speed prop attached to a Lycoming IO-360-B1E engine, new electromechanical retractable gear with an auto-extension mechanism that lowers the gear if the airplane slowed below a certain airspeed, a feature that dramatically improved the safety and popularity of the aircraft.

             Beginning in 1972, the aircraft was redesigned and named, the Arrow II, featuringa fuselage that had been lengthened by five inches which allowed for more rear-seat room, and an increase in the wingspan by 26 inches, which meant a 50 pound increase in the gross weight capacity and the addition of the manual gear-extension override. Over the next several years, two more Arrow models, the Arrow III and the Arrow IV were released, with the primary change being the addition of a rather unsuccessful T-tail design that was eventually dropped in 1990.

             Though on production hiatus for a while during the 90 s, the Arrow resumed production around 2001 with a design similar to the Arrow IV with the conventional wing arrangement.

            So if you are the proud owner or certified technician working on a Piper 28R-180 Arrow aircraft and are in need of the highest quality exhaust parts, then Knisley Welding is exactly the place to find them. In addition to the extensive list of FAA/PMA approved parts for various aircraft models, Knisley Welding also provides the following exhaust parts for the Piper 28R-180:

1 K67517-00 Muffler

2 K67618-00 Left Rear Riser

3 K67620-00 Right Rear Riser

4 K67619-00 Right Front Riser

5 K67617-00 Left Front Riser

PIPER 28R-180 Exhaust

*all of the above exhaust parts are approved by the Aviation authority for modification, and Knisley Welding protects new and overhaul exhaust parts against workmanship defects under conditions of ordinary use, for a service period of one year with no limit to the amount of hours that the part in question has been used.