Looking for M4-210C information.

Trigear? Taildragger? Fixed pitch prop? Which Engine? ...anything related with model selection considerations and questions about buying a Maule
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Re: Looking for M4-210C information.

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G21pilot wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 9:26 pm

Congratulations! Are you in Squamish? I’m over in Qualicum Beach. We’ll have to get together.
Yep, I'm in Squamish. Look forward to maulin' around with you.

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G21pilot wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 9:27 pm
Thanks Vern! Can anyone share a photo of the elevator gap seal?
I don't have a picture right now, but it's basically some 3M clear tape that goes in between the gap. Not sure of the part #, but you can get it from the Maule factory. And only takes 20mins(?) to install.
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@G21pilot I hope your purchase is going well or has happened. I just picked up my M4 yesterday! Parking it at Pitt Meadows this winter as we don't have any hangars available in Squamish and I don't want to leave it outside.

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I noticed a tube behind the rear baggage area. I'm guessing thats to hold long things like fishing poles?
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Re: Looking for M4-210C information.

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HeavyLoad wrote:
Sun Oct 18, 2020 9:21 pm
I noticed a tube behind the rear baggage area. I'm guessing thats to hold long things like fishing poles?
Yes it is!

The purchase took a while as the airplane hadn’t flown in three years. We had a lot of work to do to make it airworthy again. The good news is we are flying her now and , though she’s not pretty, she’s a gas to fly. I’m. loving getting to know her both as a pilot and a wrench turner.

Thanks again for all the information on the forum!

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