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  • PIPER TRI-PACER Aircraft For Sale

    Showing 1 - 6 of 6 Results Found within of

    1959 Piper PA22-160, 1296 SMOH. Ann. 5/17. King 170B N/C w/VOR Ind. & KT78 Txp/C. Piper Auto Control A/P. More Info

    Prairie Aircraft Sales Ltd

    (403) 286-4277

    Calgary, AB CAN

    WELL KEPT 1959 TRI-PACER PA22 Flies Great Hangared last 21 years More Info

    Warde Comeaux

    (925) 989-5374

    Concord, CA USA

    Well Equipped 1957 PA-22-150 Tripacer with Fresh Paint. More Info

    Smith Aviation LLC

    (580) 653-2499

    Springer, OK USA

    Beautiful Pacer with very low hours. Flies Great. Great Trainer. Possible trade for avionics upgrade for Cessna 182P. More Info

    Ron Sanders

    (806) 773-3043

    Lubbock, TX USA

    A Low-Time 1953 Tri-Pacer 135 HP, With A “Ground Up” Restoration Completed In 2011; Flown Only About 5 Hours And In Hangar Storage Ever Since. More Info

    New Dimensions Flite School

    (760) 438-5884

    Murrieta, CA USA

    N2431A. 1952 Piper PA-22-135 Tri Pacer, 2365-AF, 402-SMOH, fully updated panel& features an Apollo GX60 GPS/Comm. More Info

    AircraftMerchants LLC

    (919) 553-5235

    Louisburg, NC, NC USA

    Single Engine Piston Piper Tri-Pacer Aircraft Information

    The single engine piston PA-22 Tri-Pacer is a four-seat, strut braced, high-wing light aircraft built by Piper Aircraft in the post-World War II period. The capacity of the Tri-Pacer is one crew member and three passengers. Cruise speed is 113 knots (135 mph, 216 km/h), stall speed is 42 knots (48 mph, 78 km/h), and maximum speed is 123 knots (142 mph, 227 km/h). Empty weight is 1100 lb (503 kg) and loaded weight is 2000 lb (907 kg).

    In 1953, the Piper Pacer was redesigned and offered as the PA-22 Tri-Pacer with a nosewheel instead of the tailwheel landing gear. The Tri-Pacer offered higher powered engine options in the form of 150 hp and 160 hp. The tricycle undercarriage became popular and the Tri-Pacer outsold the Pacer by a ratio of six to one in 1953. From 1950 to 1964, 9490 Tri-Pacers were built.

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