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I need a prop for 0-200

centmont

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I put a ding in the end of one blade of my wood prop last weekend while playing out in the breaks. It needs to go to Sensenich for a tip replacement and overhaul. The problem is I intend to get a composite prop soon and don't want to waste the money on the rebuild...or the time waiting for Sensi. Is there a used but airworthy 0-200 suitable prop out there I can buy,? Ralph

 

longwinglover

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Is there an airworthy 0-200 suitable prop out there I can buy, rent, steal? I'll probably use it a while then resell. Ralph
Raplh,

Under the circumstances I don't think I'd rent or loan you one... :eek: ;D ;)

John Scott
 
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Paul Smith

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Hey,

I have a sensinich M69CK-0-52 for sale. Supposed to be for a 150 or 152 Cessna. Check the Type certificate data sheet for O-200s and see if it will work. I'm sure we can work something out.

Paul Smith
 

chuck2shaw

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Paul, that is a prop used on 0-200's on Cessna aircraft going way back.
Chuck
 

David Johnson

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I think there is one supposedly floating around the Carribian that might work. Yours for the searching.
 

adelaidebiplanes

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We have a brand new (25 hours) wooden sensenich off our CC11 that we changed out for the metal Mccauley. It down here is Australia but could be shipped ??? Contact us through www.adelaidebiplanes.com if interested.

Mart
 

centmont

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I believe I have a solution....

My thanks to everyone for trying.....

Back in the air next week. Ralph
 
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