round_peg Posted October 10, 2012 Report Share Posted October 10, 2012 Beaten to death and beyond, I know. But I don't think I've seen an answer to this question. After a year-plus of almost nothing but 15° flap landings, we had a relatively calm day so I thought I'd try a few at 30°. The wind was around 5-10 knots with light gusts, off the centerline to the right about 10-20°. The approach was fine, added the second notch of flaps on short final. Nose dropped along with the airspeed. Round out, flair, touchdown on the centerline holding in a bit of power. Immediately on rollout I noted a tendency for the airplane to want to drift towards the left. Wind conditions were calmer than is typical here; the only difference was the flap setting. The right main might have come off the pavement slightly, but I'm not sure. Any thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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