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Tip Tank Upgrade Modifications

 


Bonanza

Tip Tank Nose Tip Kit(s)

P/N 55000-103(RH), P/N 55000-104(LH)

This kit consists of 1 each left-hand and 1 each right-hand nose tip composite faring.  Our kit includes installation instructions, bonding agents etc.  Weight and balance change is negligible.  The existing Nav/Strobe lights remain unchanged.

Tip Tank Nose Tip Conversion (in-house) 

P/N 55000-105(RH), P/N 55000-106(LH)

J. L. Osborne converts the original Brittain and early Osborne Tip Tanks to include added composite nose tip farings, accommodating the navigation & strobe lights mounted under our flush Plexiglas Tip Tank nose tip lens. 

The existing location Nav/strobe light mounting hole is removed.

After the conversion is completed your Tip Tanks will afford the current (latest) Tip Tank (configuration) look. 

Tip Tank Transfer System Kit(s)

P/N 35668-8NT and P/N 35668-7NT

The above kits are designed for replacement of the existing selector valve (gravity feed) systems.  For detailed description of the Osborne Transfer System see Aviation/Beechcraft section of this web site i.e. fuel systems

Single Dual Tip Tank Quantity Fuel Gauge

P/N 55027 D

This "state of the art" Gauge is internally lit, including a full (F) and empty (E) needle indicator adjustment. This gage does not require a selector switch like the single gauge units. It also accommodates a standard size 2 ¼" instrument hole.  

Also see "Tank Features" in this web site for gauge details.

 

 

Comanche

Auxiliary/Tip Tank (Selector) Fuel Solenoid Valve Kit

P/N 12070-7(RH), P/N 12070-8(LH) and P/N 12070-9(RH/LH)

Originally Brittion Industries and early Osborne PA30 and PA39 Piper Comanches used P/N 55031 “Aux” – “Tip” solenoid valve.  This P/N 55031 solenoid valve have been superseded by the Osborne P/N 3406-00-11 solenoid valve.

This new valve has been made available in a modification kit, P/N 12070-7 (right-hand) and P/N 12070-8 (left-hand) and P/N 12070-9 (Both Sides), provides a direct valve replacement, fuel lines (tubing) kit. and installation instructions.

Single Dual Tip Tank Quantity Fuel Gauge

P/N 55027 D

This "state of the art" Gauge is internally lit, including a full (F) and empty (E) needle indicator adjustment. This gage does not require a selector switch like the single gauge units. It also accommodates a standard size 2 ¼" instrument hole.  

Also see " Tank Features" in this web site for gauge details.

 

 

Navion

Tip Tank Nose Tip Kit(s)

P/N 2009-103(RH), P/N 2009-104(LH)

This kit consists of 1 each left-hand and 1 each right-hand nose tip composite faring.  Our kit includes installation instructions, bonding agents etc.  Weight and balance change is negative.

Tip Tank Nose Tip Conversion (in-house)  

P/N 2009-105(RH), P/N 2009-106(LH)

J. L. Osborne converts the original Brittain and early Osborne Tip Tanks to include added nose tip faring, accommodating the navigation & strobe lights mounted under our flush Plexiglas Tip Tank nose tip lens. 

The existing location Nav/strobe light mounting hole is removed.

After the conversion is completed your Tip Tanks will afford the current (latest) Tip Tank (configuration) look. 

Tip Tank Fuel Cross Feed Kit

P/N 2010

Tip Tank fuel cross feed kit allows simultaneous Tip Tank feed (cross) form both Tip Tanks.  The Tip Tank fuel line are in essence “teed” together up stream of the main selector valve, when it is in the “on” position.  Elements selecting each (individually) Tip Tank to maintain symmetrical balance.

Single Dual Tip Tank Quantity Fuel Gauge

P/N 55027 D

This "state of the art" Gauge is internally lit, including a full (F) and empty (E) needle indicator adjustment. This gage does not require a selector switch like the single gauge units. It also accommodates a standard size 2 ¼" instrument hole.

Also see “Tank Features” in this web site for gauge details.

Coming Soon  

Tip Tank/Aux Tank Transfer System

Tip Tank/aux tank transfer system manages all auxiliary fuel to be transferred to the main either via auxiliary fuel selector valve a free flow electric transfer pump. 

The best of both worlds, transferring fuel by gravity or electrical power.