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Old 01-14-2011, 07:16 PM   #1
Gene Norman
 
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Default 12' Wooden Propeller

I have a 12' wooden propeller. Brass tipped. Stamped: Glendale, CA
STOR7 - DN-746. Eight bolt mounting hub. Eight inch centers on bolts. Splined mounting hub. 1/2" thick; 10 1/8" wide. Am looking for information that will help to identify this propeller. E-mail Gene Norman @ abnorman123@yahoo.com anytime.

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Old 01-19-2011, 06:30 PM   #2
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"In October, 1929, the 23 students in the course visited the Story Airplane Propeller Factory" http://www.godickson.com/Glendale_Aero_Program.html

"I own a 12' Story Propeller from Glendale and looking for any information on the Story Prop Company." (scroll all the way down) http://www.airportjournals.com/Displ...?varID=0907006

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Old 01-20-2011, 01:10 PM   #3
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Smile Number on hub

There two sets:
At top of hubis 1, squar underline, line with square under it, square with two underlines & 3.
Bottom hale of hub is 19440 or 194traingle0. Having trouble with the 4 digit.
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