The Compleat Taildragger Pilot

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Techniques that will help make you a skilled taildragger pilot.

Includes new material on:

  • Torque
  • Cross Wind Landing Gear
  • P-Factor
  • Crabbed Crosswind Landings
  • Special Information for CFI's

263pp. Illus.
By Harvey Plourde
 

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The Compleat Taildragger Pilot

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Techniques that will help make you a skilled taildragger pilot.

Includes new material on:

  • Torque
  • Cross Wind Landing Gear
  • P-Factor
  • Crabbed Crosswind Landings
  • Special Information for CFI's

263pp. Illus.
By Harvey Plourde
 

 

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  • The Compleat Taildragger Pilot

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Excellent training guide.

  • By Todd from Horseheads NY USA on Wednesday, May 18, 2022
  • Pros: A wealth of information in a concise format.
  • Review: From start to finish this book sets the proper expectations for a pilot who intends to transition to tailwheel aircraft.

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Well written old almost lost information about bygone era

  • By John A. Kievit from Nutley NJ USA on Tuesday, May 17, 2016
  • Pros: Excellent book
  • Review: This book covered the subject in its entirety, helped me transition from a front wheel to a confident tail wheel pilot.

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Good book, easy to understand & "complete".

  • By A Customer from Portland OR USA on Tuesday, June 09, 2015
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A Must for Taildragger Wannabes

  • By James from Arlington VA USA on Friday, September 26, 2014
  • Pros: Full of great, relevant I formation.
  • Review: In a tripod world, this book is a great "prequel."

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  • By john from Custer Park IL USA on Tuesday, May 20, 2014
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  • Review: In plain english,nice read.

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Excellent training guide.

  • By Todd from Horseheads NY USA on Wednesday, May 18, 2022
  • Pros: A wealth of information in a concise format.
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  • Review: From start to finish this book sets the proper expectations for a pilot who intends to transition to tailwheel aircraft.
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Well written old almost lost information about bygone era

  • By John A. Kievit from Nutley NJ USA on Tuesday, May 17, 2016
  • Pros: Excellent book
  • Cons: I have none
  • Review: This book covered the subject in its entirety, helped me transition from a front wheel to a confident tail wheel pilot.
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Good book, easy to understand & "complete".

  • By A Customer from Portland OR USA on Tuesday, June 09, 2015
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A Must for Taildragger Wannabes

  • By James from Arlington VA USA on Friday, September 26, 2014
  • Pros: Full of great, relevant I formation.
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  • Review: In a tripod world, this book is a great "prequel."
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  • By john from Custer Park IL USA on Tuesday, May 20, 2014
  • Review: In plain english,nice read.
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  • Friday, April 04, 2014

    Q: Is Complete actually misspelled on the cover?

    A: In Britain, compleat is archaic, used in writing only as a bit of whimsy, and at that rather rarely. It is more common in North America, though often equally whimsical.  The Oxford English Dictionary says that compleat is just an archaic spelling of complete.

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