Bushliner | Aircraft Re-manufacturing

180/185

The Modern Skywagon is Here

Making the Grade:
Proven Design Modern Utility

Standardized Bushliner Assembly:

  • New sheet metal skin.
  • New hardware.
  • New windows.
  • New carbon fiber interior.
  • New wiring.
  • New avionics.
  • New cables/pulleys and controls.
  • New overhauled/firewall forward.
  • Reconditioned or new PMA’d structural components.
  • Airframe structural upgrades.
  • All AD’s complied with and/or eliminated.
  • A Bushliner may include; Modifications on request.
  • Outfitting for specialized business or government operations.

Bushliner 180/185 Build Sheet

Core

Core

  • Complete disassembly
  • Parts inventory
  • Complete reconditioning and 8130 for overhauled components
  • Primed prior to assembly

Bushliner Included

Bushliner Included

  • Complete disassembly
  • New sheet metal skin
  • Reconditioned or remanufactured PMA’d structural components
  • New gearbox
  • P.Ponk landing gear reinforcements
  • Various structural reinforcements
  • Epoxy primed prior to assembly
  • Ground-up re-assembly in Cessna factory tooling
  • Bushliner STC’s such as modern doors, stainless brake lines, etc.
  • Sportsman STOL wet wings
  • Manual 40º flaps with reinforced trailing edge and roller upgrade
  • Other flight/ control surfaces
  • New windows
  • Lifting eyes
  • New cables, pulleys, controls, hardware, wire, etc.
  • New fuel selector valve and fuel system
  • Cabin entry steps
  • Baggage door
  • Titanium firewall
  • Squared off instrument panel shape
  • Carbon Fiber Cowling
  • Backlit switch and CB panel
  • Remote oil drain
  • Remote oil filter
  • Door and window seals
  • New stabilizer jack screws
  • Leather seats
  • Shoulder Harnesses
  • Rosen sun visors
Interior

Interior

  • Shoulder harnesses (front)
  • Carbon fiber headliner and side panels
  • Leather seats
  • Rubber flooring
  • Multiple storage areas
  • Rosen sun visors
  • Rear jump seats
Lighting

Lighting

  • AeroLED’s LED wingtips, mid-wing landing lights, beacon, and navigation lights
  • Interior map/ cabin lights
Airframe Upgrades

Airframe Upgrades

  • Wing X wing Extensions and gross weight increase
  • Speed brakes to double rate of decent and prevent shock cooling
  • Flint wingtip tanks
  • Vortex Generators
  • V-Brace
  • Front and rear tinted skylights
  • Extended baggage area
  • Grey tinted windshield/windows
  • Green tinted windshield/windows
  • 2” bubble door windows
  • 4” bubble door windows
  • 6” bubble door windows
  • Patroller door option if available
  • Modern yoke upgrade
  • Modern rudder pedal upgrade
  • Rear shoulder harnesses
  • Belly Pod
  • Seaplane kit
  • Ski kit
  • Hydraulics kit
Powerplant

Powerplant

  • Factory new
  • Overhauled
  • Continental IO-550D 300HP (425lbs)
  • Continental IO-520D 285HP (411 lbs)
  • P.Ponk XP O-470 235HP (410 lbs)
  • Heavy duty engine mount
  • Electronic Ignition System
  • Ly-Con tuning
  • K&N air filter
  • Powerflow exhaust
  • Supercharger
Propeller

Propeller

  • MT 83” Natural Composite
  • Hartzell Composite
  • Hartzell Aluminum
  • McCauley Aluminum
Accessories

Accessories

  • Multiple camera mount hard points
  • Forward cargo net
  • Rear cargo net
Landing Gear

Landing Gear

  • Steel main gear and axels
  • Steel tail gear and saddle
  • Titanium main gear and axels
  • Titanium tail gear and saddle
  • Standard Tailwheel
  • Baby Bushwheel
  • 14” Tailwheel
  • 8.50×6 Tires
  • 26” Bushwheels
  • 29” Bushwleels
  • 31” Bushwheels (recommended)
  • 35” Bushwheels
  • Bushwheel extra thick tread (recommended)
  • PK Floats
  • Whipline Floats
  • Aerocet Floats
  • Amphibious
  • Skis

Avionics

Avionics

  • Dynon Avionics package: (2) 10” EFIS displays, ADSB in/out
  • Garmin G500 TXI
  • Other
  • Autopilot
  • 406 ELT
  • 4 place intercom
  • 6 place intercom

Paint

Paint

  • Polished
  • Partial Paint
  • Full Paint
  • Custom Scheme

Overview Process

Phase 1: Acquisition and Initiation

Phase 1: Acquisition and Initiation

  • All details of build reviewed and approved
  • Deposit acquired
  • Airframe assigned to the client
  • Dismantling
  • Component Refurbishment
Phase 2: Assembly of Bushliner

Phase 2: Assembly of Bushliner

  • Fuselage jig and assembly (Cessna Factory Jigs)
  • Initial instrument Panel framing
  • Plumbing, wiring and, controls
  • Landing Gear installation
  • Wing and tail surface receiving
  • Interior Paint
  • Windows
  • Paint/ Polish exterior
  • Interior panels and upholstery
Phase 3: Fitment and Finish

Phase 3: Fitment and Finish

  • Final instrument panel installation
  • Firewall forward – Client selected engine option
  • Lighting and accessories
  • Flight controls and rigging completed
  • Weight and Balance
  • Flight Test / Engine break-in
  • Final adjustments and detailing
  • Delivery