|Quoting A346Dude (Reply 4):|
Only thing is the aircraft in question has 1 drain per wing tank and a gascolator. If anyone has something close to this please let me know. Otherwise I will use the 172R and just explain the difference.
|Quoting Northwest727 (Reply 5):|
Yeah, these are the newer 172s, with the 5 drains/wing and the 3 drains on the bottom of the fuselage, near the engine.
|Quoting Northwest727 (Reply 9):|
I'm sorry, all I could find was a 1982 Cessna 172RG model PIM. It's fuel system is closer to a mid-70s model than the 172R, however, it has a electric boost pump on it, so still not quite the same.
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