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New prop spinner

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Sep 15, 2006
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On a positive note, I finally got the correct 5 inch spinner installed. My aircraft came with a 6 inch spinner, which was tight against the wood of the propeller. We noticed some aluminum oxide marking on the prop, and the mechanic realized the spinner was not bearing on the flange like it is supposed to. First new spinner from Aircraft Spruce had a large dent in it. This one is polished and looks great.
Blue side up.
Chuck Shaw



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