I only need the numbers from ANY model 185 from the Cessna factory Seaplane Supplement. I am only using it for comparison purposes, to prove that they really do not mean much when compared to actual performance.
You know how Cessna always put in a page with chart showing t/o distances at various temps. Usually with a couple models of EDO floats for the C-180 and C-185.
Oddly enough I saved POHs and Seaplane Supps over the years for the C-170B, 172( three models) , C-180( couple models) and C-206G, Beaver, Otter and Helio.
For some reason old Cessna factory Seaplane Supplements for C-185s are very hard to find.