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Best place to look is the File Library; I'm sure you'll find what you're looking for there.

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Best place to look is the File Library; I'm sure you'll find what you're looking for there.

Yeah ive already been looking from file library.So any ideas?

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I'd recommend Tim Conrad's PC-6. Another great freeware aircraft is Ant's Tiger Moth. There's also the Aussiex Goose Redux package (improves the default Grumman Goose's textures, effects and also adds a High Performance FDE) -that's a pretty large bush plane, though - and Rick Piper's deHavilland Chipmunk.

Ah, one more freeware bush plane comes to my mind... the Auster J1 Autocrat.

 

If you don't mind payware aircraft, there's Carenado's C208B, C185(comes also in floats and tundra wheels version), and of course A2A's magnificent Piper Cub.

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