The Piper PA-18 Super Cub is a two-seat, single-engine monoplane. Introduced in 1949 by Piper Aircraft, it was developed from the Piper PA-11, and traces its lineage back through the J-3 to the Taylor E-2 Cub of the 1930s. Over 9,000 were built.

Crosswinds STOL Inc. holds the following PA-18 STCs

SA682ALPAQ-18 “150” & PA-18a “150” normal category, land planes only. Installation of 160 hp 0-320-b2b engine, McCauley 1a75/gm8244 propeller.

SA693ALPA-18 “150” & PA-18a “150” normal category, land planes & ski planes only.  Installation of McCauley a1a175/gm 8244 propeller.

SA694AL – PA-18 “150” & PA-18a “150” normal category, land planes & ski planes only. Installation of Harrison ap07au06-03 oil radiator or Niagara Devel & Maning (NDM) oil radiator, p/n 20002-a.

SA490ALPA-18 “150”, PA-18a “150”, PA-18s “150”, PA-18, PA-18s, PA-18 “135”, PA-18s “135”, PA-18a “135”, PA-18 “105” (special) & PA-18s “105” (special). Installation of leading edge cuff, drawing 18-1 & flight manual supplement.

SA624AL – Install fiberglass wing tip assembly.
PA-18S-“135”, PA-18AS-“150”, PA-18-“135” (Army L-21B)
PA-18, PA-18A, PA-18S, PA-18″105″ (Special), PA-18S-“105” (Special), PA-18-“125” (Army L-21A), PA-19 (Army L-18C), PA-18S-“125”, PA-18AS-“135”, PA-18A-“150”, PA-18S-“150”, PA-19S, PA-18-“150”, PA-18A-“135”, PA-18AS-“125”


Arctic Refuge Law Enforcement Officer Heather Bartlett stands alongside the Super Cub she flies over wide expanses of Alaska as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s only female pilot/law enforcement officer. (USFWS)