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For sale: Pa-28-150c spinner & bulkheads

hosspowerinc

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Not to takeover the thread but seeing how this one is sold.....

I have a PA-18-150 spinner assembly available if anyone needs it.
 

Don Adamson

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Glenn,
Looks more like a PA28-180C spinner and bulkhead.

Justin,
Per forum rules, how much?
 

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I had some folks on one of the Piper forums help me identify it. But if I have misidentified it I would very much like to know that.

I have it running on an O-320-A1A (150hp). The front bulkhead holes are 3/8" as are my prop bolts.

My 74" Sensenich prop has the S5 (1-1/4") spacer on it. The Cherokee 180C and the Archer use the 76" prop with the same spacer.

From what I read, the difference between the 150C and the 180C spinner assemblies are the diameter of the holes on the front bulkhead; they could always be opened up for an O-360.

Thanks,
Glenn
 
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