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FS: Sensenich 76 x 60 Prop, Spinner, Spacer, Bolts

taildraggerpilot

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For sale is a Sensenich 76EM8S5-0-60 (311 TSNEW), 1 in. prop spacer, aluminum spinner, and set of prop bolts.
Prop is in good condition as well as the other parts. Prefer to sell all together. Price $2800 OBO.


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what plane/motor did you have this on, and why did you pull it off?
 

taildraggerpilot

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This prop was used on a 180 hp Lycoming (O-360) and came off my Pitts S1.
I removed it because I found a nice three blade wood prop for sale and wanted to try it on my Pitts. Performance-wise, I think the Sensenich is a bit better. However, after all the work of fitting a new spinner for the three blade I'm sticking with it.
 

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