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Old 06-03-2013, 02:56 PM   #3
Determined
 
Join Date: Jun 2013
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Hi Lamar
The last time I had a good look at the propeller was back in the early 80's.
The blades are definitely wood and non adjustable.
I took it in to a machine shop to have the flywheel of a 4 cyl engine drilled and tapped to mount it on.
I then built a stand, prop cage and rudder with plans of mounting it on a set of pontoons.
Fast forward 30 years I purchased a 1940's vintage snowplane and am exploring my options for a propeller for it.
I need to pick up the propeller from my mothers attic 300 miles away so I can't provide any photos until then.
I have an old ww2 vintage prop from a trainer aircraft I will pick up at the same time and post photos of as well.
Dave
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