If a Swiss Army knife had wings, it would be a Piper PA-18 Super Cub. This dynamic and versatile little aircraft does it all. Cropdusting. Bush flying. Banner towing. Law enforcement and more. That’s in part, because of it’s long production run that resulted in more than a dozen purpose-built variants.
All that variety means you need to own a good manual and intentionally study it to know what sets your Super Cub apart from the rest. Our reproduction manuals, also called Aircraft Owner/Information Manuals (AIM) or Pilot Operator’s Handbooks (POH) are the finest that exist, copied on the most advanced Canon equipment, resulting in prints that are as good if not better than the original.
These are for training and reference purposes only, though. They do not meet FAA requirements to be certified replacements for your lost or damaged original manual.
Prices vary according to reproduction techniques, copyright ownership, and other factors.