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Beechcraft Bonanza 36, 35 aircraft parts catalog / service manual

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To make it easier for you to choose the right manual, we have compiled various information for you below, such as model designations, types, and production years. Maintenance and parts manual for the Beechcraft 35/36 bonanza. Beechcraft Bonanza 35 (V-tail) - Year: 1947-1982 Beechcraft Bonanza A35 - Year: 1949-1961 Beechcraft Bonanza B35 - Year: 1950-1961 Beechcraft Bonanza C35 - Year: 1954-1959 Beechcraft Bonanza D35 - Year: 1955-1959 Beechcraft Bonanza E35 - Year: 1955-1959 Beechcraft Bonanza F35 - Year: 1955-1959 Beechcraft Bonanza G35 - Year: 1955-1959 Beechcraft Bonanza H35 - Year: 1955-1961 Beechcraft Bonanza J35 - Year: 1956-1962 Beechcraft Bonanza K35 - Year: 1958-1962 Beechcraft Bonanza M35 - Year: 1958-1962 Beechcraft Bonanza N35 - Year: 1958-1962 Beechcraft Bonanza P35 - Year: 1958-1962 Beechcraft Bonanza S35 - Year: 1958-1962 Beechcraft Bonanza V35 - Year: 1963-1966 Beechcraft Bonanza V35A - Year: 1966-1968 Beechcraft Bonanza V35B - Year: 1969-1982 Beechcraft Bonanza A36 - Year: 1970-2005 Beechcraft Bonanza A36TC - Year: 1979-1983 Beechcraft Bonanza B36TC - Year: 1982-2002 Beechcraft Bonanza G36 - Year: 2005-Present Bonanza 36 Series Library Illustrated Parts Catalog Maintenance Manual Service Information and ADs Shop Manual Wiring Diagram Manual Illustrated Parts Catalog Bonanza 36, A36, A36TC, B36TC Bonanza V35B; F33A; F33C; A36; A36TC; B36TC Service Information and ADs 36 Series Shop Manual Bonanza 36 Series 36; A36; A36TC / Beechcraft Corporation Wiring Diagram Manual Bonanza F33A, -F33C, -V35B, -A36 14volt System Bonanza F33A,-F33C,-V35B,-A36,-A36TC,-B36TC 28Volt System Bonanza A36; B36TC 28Volt Electrical System Manual Language: English Delivery: Download link will appear on the checkout page after your payment is complete. # ³ "Buy Original Parts List and Manual for Beechcraft Bonanza 36, 35 Aircraft - Get Detailed Engine Specifications and Maintenance Tips!" Looking to maintain your Beechcraft Bonanza 36, 35 aircraft in top-notch condition? We've got you covered! Get your hands on the original parts list and manual for these remarkable aircraft to ensure optimal performance and safety. In this comprehensive guide, we'll provide you with detailed engine specifications, essential maintenance tips, common issues and their solutions, tuning tips, compatible accessories, owner reviews, and much more. So, let's dive in and make sure your Bonanza 36, 35 remains a flying marvel! Engine Specifications/Technical Data: • Model: Beechcraft Bonanza 36, 35 • Engine: Continental IO-520-B, 285 hp • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 3,400 lbs (1,542 kg) • Maximum Speed: 176 knots (324 km/h) • Cruising Speed: 162 knots (300 km/h) • Stall Speed: 59 knots (109 km/h) • Range: 935 nautical miles (1,731 km) • Service Ceiling: 18,500 feet (5,639 m) • Rate of Climb: 1,220 feet per minute (372 m/min) • Wing Span: 33 feet 6 inches (10.21 m) • Length: 27 feet 6 inches (8.38 m) • Height: 7 feet 5 inches (2.26 m) • Fuel Capacity: 80 gallons (303 liters) • Oil Capacity: 8 quarts (7.57 liters) • Propeller: Two-blade, constant-speed • Landing Gear: Tricycle, retractable • Avionics: Garmin G1000 (varies by model and year) • Number of Seats: 4-6 (depending on configuration) • Fuel Type: Avgas 100LL • TBO (Time Between Overhaul): 1,700 hours • Oil Change Interval: 50 hours or 4 months • Recommended Tires: 6.00-6 • Maximum Ramp Weight: 3,415 lbs (1,548 kg) • Useful Load: 1,015 lbs (460 kg) • Vne (Never Exceed Speed): 220 knots (407 km/h) • Va (Design Maneuvering Speed): 122 knots (226 km/h) • Vfe (Max Flaps Extended Speed): 149 knots (276 km/h) • Vso (Stalling Speed in Landing Configuration): 63 knots (116 km/h) • Vx (Best Angle of Climb Speed): 81 knots (150 km/h) • Vy (Best Rate of Climb Speed): 96 knots (178 km/h) • G-loading Limit: +3.8 to -1.52 • Engine Oil Type: Aeroshell W100 or equivalent • Spark Plug Gap: 0.016 inches (0.406 mm) • Engine Cooling: Air-cooled • Ignition System: Dual magneto Facts and Details: - The Beechcraft Bonanza 35 was first introduced in 1947, while the Bonanza 36 came later, with improved performance and a longer fuselage. - These aircraft are known for their distinctive V-tail design, which contributes to their sleek appearance and aerodynamic efficiency. - The Bonanza series has a strong reputation for being one of the safest and most reliable single-engine aircraft in the aviation industry. - Over the years, the Bonanza 36 and 35 have undergone various upgrades and avionics advancements, including the introduction of the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit system. - The Bonanza 36 features a six-seat configuration, making it a popular choice for owners who need additional seating capacity. - Both the Bonanza 36 and 35 offer excellent cruise speeds, making them ideal for long-distance flights and cross-country trips. - These aircraft are equipped with robust landing gear systems, which can handle both paved and grass runways with ease. - The Bonanza 36 and 35 have a reputation for precise and responsive handling, providing pilots with an enjoyable flying experience. - Many Bonanza owners praise the aircraft's spacious and comfortable cabin, featuring high-quality materials and generous headroom. - The Bonanza series has been used for various purposes, including personal transportation, business travel, and flight training. Maintenance Intervals, General Maintenance Tips, and Common Issues: ► To keep your Beechcraft Bonanza 36, 35 aircraft operating at its best, follow these maintenance intervals and general tips: ► Regular Inspections: Adhere to the manufacturer's recommended inspection schedules, including annual inspections and 100-hour inspections for commercial operators. ► Oil Changes: Change the engine oil and oil filter as per the specified intervals to maintain proper lubrication and engine health. ► Air Filter Cleaning: Regularly clean or replace the air filters to ensure a steady flow of clean air to the engine. ► Spark Plug Checks: Inspect and clean spark plugs periodically, and replace them if necessary, to optimize engine performance. ► Tire Maintenance: Check tire condition and pressure before each flight, and replace worn-out tires promptly. ► Propeller Maintenance: Regularly inspect and lubricate the propeller, and follow the recommended overhaul schedule. ► Fuel System Inspection: Periodically inspect the fuel system for leaks, and drain the fuel sumps to remove water and contaminants. ► Battery Care: Maintain the aircraft's battery by checking its voltage regularly and ensuring it is properly charged. ► Avionics Calibration: Calibrate and check the accuracy of avionics systems at recommended intervals. ► Pitot-Static System Check: Verify the accuracy of airspeed and altimeter readings by inspecting and maintaining the pitot-static system. Common Issues and Solutions: * Vacuum System Failures: The Bonanza 36, 35 uses a vacuum system for critical instruments. Regularly check for leaks and replace worn components to prevent system failures. * Corrosion: Keep an eye out for corrosion on the airframe, especially in high-moisture environments. Conduct regular inspections and apply appropriate corrosion prevention measures. * Electrical System Issues: Check for loose connections and worn wiring in the electrical system. Address any electrical problems promptly to avoid avionics malfunctions. * Brake System Wear: Regularly inspect the brake system for wear and tear. Replace brake pads and discs as needed to maintain optimal braking performance. * Engine Vibration: Excessive engine vibration can indicate propeller balance issues or engine problems. Have the propeller and engine inspected and balanced to reduce vibrations. * Exhaust System Checks: Regularly inspect the exhaust system for cracks or leaks that could lead to carbon monoxide entering the cabin. Address any issues promptly. * Oil Leaks: Monitor for oil leaks and promptly repair any leaks to prevent potential engine damage. * Fuel Contamination: Ensure proper fuel management and use only clean fuel to avoid engine performance issues caused by contamination. Five Tips for Effective Maintenance: 1. Establish a Maintenance Schedule: Create a detailed maintenance schedule based on the aircraft's flight hours and the manufacturer's recommendations. 2. Use OEM Parts: Always use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts for repairs and replacements to ensure quality and compatibility. 3. Document Everything: Keep thorough records of all maintenance activities, inspections, and repairs for easy reference and regulatory compliance. 4. Stay Informed: Keep up with service bulletins and manufacturer updates to stay informed about potential issues and required maintenance. 5. Seek Professional Help: When in doubt or when encountering complex issues, consult experienced aviation mechanics or authorized service centers for assistance. Popular Tuning Tips and Modifications: ■ Engine Upgrades: Consider engine upgrades or modifications to improve performance, fuel efficiency, and power. ■ Avionics Upgrades: Upgrade avionics systems to the latest technology for enhanced situational awareness and safety. ■ Aerodynamic Enhancements: Install aerodynamic enhancements, such as winglets or speed mods, to reduce drag and increase overall efficiency. ■ Interior Refurbishments: Upgrade the cabin interior for improved comfort and aesthetics. ■ LED Lighting: Replace traditional lighting with LED lighting for energy efficiency and better visibility. Accessories and Attachments: + Engine Cowling Fairings + Wingtip Extensions + Exterior Sun Visors + Custom Seat Covers + Yoke Covers + Weather Radar Systems + Autopilot Systems + Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning Systems (EGPWS) + Airframe Deicing Systems + Oxygen Systems + GPS/Navigation Systems + Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELT) + Aircraft Covers + Tinted Windows + Wing Fuel Tanks (Auxiliary) Owner Reviews and Opinions: Owners of the Beechcraft Bonanza 36, 35 aircraft praise its reliability, smooth handling, and comfortable cabin. They value the V-tail design for its aesthetics and its contribution to the aircraft's performance. Some owners appreciate the flexibility of the six-seat configuration in the Bonanza 36, making it suitable for various mission profiles. However, some owners note that maintenance costs can be relatively high, and occasional issues with vacuum systems and electrical components may arise. Overall, the Bonanza 36, 35 remains a beloved choice for pilots seeking a powerful, safe, and versatile aircraft. The Beechcraft Bonanza 36, 35 aircraft is a remarkable and iconic choice for aviation enthusiasts and professional pilots alike. Its powerful engine, efficient design, and comfortable cabin make it a top performer in its class. Regular maintenance, adhering to recommended intervals, using OEM parts, and seeking professional assistance when needed are essential for keeping the aircraft in excellent condition. With various tuning options and accessories available, owners have ample opportunities to tailor their Bonanza to meet specific needs and preferences. Despite some minor issues, the Bonanza 36, 35 remains a beloved and reliable aircraft, earning its place as a true classic in the aviation world. Repairs Needed Most Frequently and Commonly Broken Parts: → Vacuum System Repairs: Frequent inspections and maintenance are required to prevent vacuum system failures, which can impact critical instruments. → Electrical System Checks: Regularly inspect and maintain the electrical system to address any issues promptly. → Brake System Maintenance: Monitor brake system wear and replace components as needed to maintain proper braking performance. → Engine Vibration Issues: Address engine vibration promptly by inspecting and balancing the propeller and engine. → Exhaust System Checks: Regularly inspect the exhaust system for cracks or leaks that could lead to carbon monoxide issues. → Oil Leaks: Address oil leaks immediately to prevent potential engine damage. → Corrosion Control: Regular inspections and corrosion prevention measures are necessary, especially in high-moisture environments. → Fuel System Checks: Regularly inspect the fuel system for leaks and contamination to maintain optimal engine performance. → Avionics System Troubleshooting: Seek professional help for avionics-related issues to ensure accurate and safe operation. → Engine Upgrades and Repairs: Engine upgrades and repairs may be required to maintain or enhance engine performance over time. 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