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Old 06-20-2019, 08:32 PM   #1
Kristie
 
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Default Propeller [AB Flygplane]

Does anyone know anything about "AB Flygplane" I've found the term in relation to this propeller:
Twin blade propeller made of laminated wood (half of blades painted black). There are 8 holes in the central hub. Made for the 200 HP Hispano Suiza engine. Marked: AB7673 RH / 200HP HISPANO SUIZA / D2414 P1710.
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Old 06-20-2019, 09:05 PM   #2
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That drawing number (AB7673) is listed as designed for either an SE5A or a Sopwith Dolphin using the Wolseley Viper engine. It should be 2414 mm in length. I don't know what "AB Flygplane" refers to, and I have never heard the term before.

It looks to be in nice original condition.
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