Full flaps on a 182

Full flaps on a 182

What does full flaps  equal in degrees on the 1982.  The manual only refers to Full  and not the degrees...  I think they or at least some of the 182's had 40 as compared to the 30 degrees for the 172.  Does anyone know.. I cannot find any answers online or even from cessna.

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Re: Full flaps on a 182

probably no help to you but the 1965 182 has 40 degrees for sure on the flaps

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Here is a quote from an article in an issue of Flying, November 2001, page 96: "The maximum flaps travel is 40 degrees on older planes and 30 on newer ones." I hope this answers your question. Kind regards.

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