anchors, providing they can successfully
sustain a minimum pull of 3000 pounds.
considered to be of doubtful security due
to existing soil condition, drive additional
anchor rods at nose tiedown position.
Place padded work stand or other suitable
support under the aft fuselage tiedown
position and secure.
8. Place control surfaces in locked position
and trim tab controls in neutral position.
Place wing flaps in up position.
9. The requirements for dust excluders,
protective covers, and taping of openings
will be left to the discretion of the
responsible maintenance officer or the
pilot of the transient aircraft.
10. Secure propellers to prevent wind-milling.
11. Disconnect battery.
conditions, mooring security can be further
increased by placing sandbags along the
wings to break up the aerodynamic flow of
air over the wing, thereby reducing the lift
being applied against the mooring by the
wind. The storm appears to pass two
times, each time with a different wind
direction. This will necessitate turning the
aircraft after the first passing.
13. After high winds, inspect aircraft for visible
evidence of damage from flying objects.
Service nose shock strut and reconnect