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Looking for digital copy of POH

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Would anyone know of a website that sells or has free digital copies of POH's?  I have a new student that purchased a 1968 Cessna 172K.  I'm looking for a website that I can download and have a digital copy of the POH to re-familiarize myself with the airplane.  Uggghhh.. the airspeed indicator is in MPH....   Thanks for any help

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  1. Mark Kolber on Nov 05, 2013

    Although manufacturers are beginning to make new PIMs available for download, for older ones, your best bet is to Google what you are looking for. It will probably be a bootleg scan.

    For example, here what you get if you Google 172K POH: https://www.google.com/search?q=172k+poh

    Note: remember that a 172K and a R172K are quite different.

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