The rapid expansion of Piper's operations in the 1950s meant that new facilities were soon required, and in 1957 the company opened a new aircraft development centre at Vero Beach, Florida, to be responsible for design, development and testing of new projects. The Vero Beach facility began its operations on a new specialised agricultural aircraft, designated Piper PA-25 Pawnee, for experience with the PA-18A configured for agricultural use had shown the active market for this category of aeroplane. A braced low-wing monoplane with fixed tailwheel landing gear, the PA-25 was powered initially by a 112kW Avco Lycoming O-320 flat-four engine, and this version was later redesignated PA-25-150 Pawnee. It had a glass-fibre chemical hopper installed forward of the cockpit, this having a volume of
0.57m3, and the dust/spray distribution system was the same as that which had been proven on the PA-18A. Advanced design features were intended to reduce the likelihood of an accident and to give the pilot a far better chance of survival in a crash; thus he was given a high sitting position to ensure an excellent all-round view, above average strength seat restraints, and a specially designed structure that was installed to leave the cockpit substantially undamaged in the usual type of low-speed crash associated with agricultural dusting/spraying oprations. Such attention to detail resulted in good sales figures, the PA-25-150 soon followed by the improved PA-25-235 with structural strengthening, a larger chemical hopper and a 175kW Avco Lycoming O-540-B2B5 engine, or optional 194kW O-540-E. When production of the Pawnee ended in early 1982 approximately 5,000 had been built.
|A three-view drawing (1746 x 858)|
| MODEL||Piper PA-25-235 Pawnee|
| ENGINE||1 x Avco Lycoming O-540-B flat-six piston engine, 175kW|
| Take-off weight||1315 kg||2899 lb|
| Empty weight||725 kg||1598 lb|
| Wingspan||11.02 m||36 ft 2 in|
| Length||7.73 m||25 ft 4 in|
| Height||2.21 m||7 ft 3 in|
| Wing area||17.00 m2||182.99 sq ft|
| Cruise speed||169 km/h||105 mph|
| Range||410 km||255 miles|
|Eduardo Grageda Franco, 01.07.2014|
Para venta dos piper pawnee 235 excelentes condiciones y
dos piper bravo 400, acepto ofrecimientos.
The 3 view is of a brave, not a pawnee
interested to buy agricultural aircraft
|Omar carrazco, 23.02.2012|
Busco motor para un piper pawnee
Ken... que precio tiene su pawnee y donde se encuentra?
|Bob Keen, 08.06.2011|
Does anyone know where i can buy a fuel gauge site glass from???
|Bob Keen, 08.06.2011|
I have Pawnee PA25 235 Fuselage frame for sale it is in good condition with log books
|Engineer Uematsu Kunio, 04.03.2011|
I have 260 Engine for sale with good price.if you are interested kindly send email to me email@example.com or call me in my mobile number +233 54 1512600
|Ozzie Davis, 19.02.2011|
I worked on and trained on a Pawnee while attending A&P school. I would love to have a plastic or scale model of this aircraft. Can you help me?
Looking for 235 or 260 engine with reasonable life remaing. Anybody know where I might find?
Hi sr. I'm looking PA25 - 235 with good state of engine. The rest we can arrange in my country. Please let me know if someone know something. Thanks
vendo dos pawnne 235 hp bajos en horas a buen presio urgue vender
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compro pawnee 235 y 260 altos en horas o como esten y cessna 188 como esten de preferencias alto en horas me urgen
quisiera saber el presio de el panee 235 y compro como esten fuselajes de 188 y 235 ,260
|Colin Ogilvie, 13.07.2010|
I think this is one pawnee i flew in UK in 1983 have to check my log book
I have Piper (PA-25 & PA-36), Ayres S-2R "Thrush" and Cessna 188 agricultural aircraft for sale. Contact me for more information.
|Doug Rodrigues, 13.03.2010|
The Pawnee 150 (fixed pitch prop) was a fire hazard because of the fiberglass fuel tank which would crack open like an egg shell if you went in. Been there...did that. The 235 (constant speed prop) had a fuel bladder, and the power that the plane needed.
going to school for my a/p need list of pawnee salvage yards trying to put one together for school project
Do you have any comments about this aircraft ?