A few things have changed since the last unit from Piper’s J2 and J3 Cub series rolled off the line in the 1940s. The cockpit you encounter in a J2 or J3 may not look like the plane you trained on in flight school.
That’s all the more reason for you to keep a spare owner’s manual handy to study up on this oldie-but-goody while you are at home or at the office. Our reproduction manuals, also called Aircraft Owner/Information Manuals (AIM) or Pilot Operator’s Handbook (POH), are exact copies of the manufacturer’s original. We scan them, clean them up digitally, and then print them on the finest Canon equipment available for a copy that is crisp, clear and sometimes more readable than the original.
Our manuals are for training and reference purposes only. They do not meet FAA requirements to serve as certified copies of your lost or damaged original.