Filling landing gear struts with nitrogen on piper pa-25 pawnee airplane?

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Harry:
My recollection of the Pawnee is that it has rubber bungee springing, like most early fabric Pipers. No struts to fill!
Quinn:
My recollection of the Pawnee is that it has rubber bungee springing, like most early fabric Pipers. No struts to fill!
Zaphod Beeblebrox:
(1) What about filling them? How about actually asking a question that's clear and understandable instead of posting an incomplete sentence that leaves us guessing? Would that be too difficult?

(2) Technically, you don't "fill the landing gear", you service the shock struts.

(3) If you want to know how to do that, go here for a copy of the manual and consult section IV, Page 28, Maintenance. http://www.airsailing.org/downloads/Pawn…

Bell:
My recollection of the Pawnee is that it has rubber bungee springing, like most early fabric Pipers. No struts to fill!
Marshall:
My recollection of the Pawnee is that it has rubber bungee springing, like most early fabric Pipers. No struts to fill!
Eric West:
My recollection of the Pawnee is that it has rubber bungee springing, like most early fabric Pipers. No struts to fill!
Piero:
Only worked on one Pawnee. It had bungees and a little hydraulic damper. Looks like the damper is a throw-away and is available from Univair.
Parsons:
Totally pointless. Air is 80% nitrogen anyway.
STEPHEN:
Totally pointless. Air is 80% nitrogen anyway.
Steven:
Uh, sure. Do you have an actual question? What does the POH say?