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  • Mike72
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    Originally posted by Dbahnson View Post
    My only suggestion is to try to contact Monte Chase on his website at notplanejane.com. He has a huge collection of variable pitch props and is very knowledgeable about them.
    Thank you, I will do that.

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  • Dbahnson
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    My only suggestion is to try to contact Monte Chase on his website at notplanejane.com. He has a huge collection of variable pitch props and is very knowledgeable about them.

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  • Mike72
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    Originally posted by Dbahnson View Post
    As you can probably guess, you can't tell much without some kind of part number or other identifying information, which looks like it might be obscured by rust.
    Yes, I understand. I am assuming the rusty steel plate was something used to hang or mount the propeller. The seller claims it dates from 1939-1941. wooden blades with ground adjustable hub. They are asking 500$ canadian.

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  • Dbahnson
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    As you can probably guess, you can't tell much without some kind of part number or other identifying information, which looks like it might be obscured by rust.

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  • Mike72
    started a topic looking for information on Hartzell prop

    looking for information on Hartzell prop

    First of all hello to you all, I have recently come across a wooden bladed hartzell prop for sale and I am interested in possibly purchasing it. I am an aviation buff and an aircraft mechanic. Attached are a few photos (not the greatest but all I got from the seller) Id love to know some information about this prop and the aircraft it was used on.





    Last edited by Mike72; 01-22-2020, 07:49 PM.
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