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Hartzell Prop

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I have a Hartzell Prop taken off a Pitts S2B for Sale. Has 861.4 TT and 119.7 Since Overhaul with the B Hub. Prop is in Excellent Condition. Comes with a Chrome Spinner. No Resonable Offer Refused. Have pictures and can fax log book entries if interested.
 

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Hi George, how long has the prop been out of service / off the engine? and do you have the blade model # and it's history - any competitive aerobatics on it? thank you! check
 

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It has only been off the airplane since late May when I put my MT prop on. As far as I know it was the original prop that came on the airplane.

Model# is: HC-C2YR-4CF
Serial# is: DN3988A
HUB Serial# is: AU11844B

It would have right at 884 TT on it but was overhauled as shown in the post. B Hub was put on in August of 2008.

It looks new. Has been well taken care of. Only reason I took it off was to replace with the 3 blade MT
 

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Left the part about competive aerobatics out but the guy I bought it from hardley ever flew it. Owner before him put very little time on it, around 50 hours or so.

Prior to that I cannot speak of how the airplane was flown but it looks bran new so not hard I don't think.

Steve Wolf in Florida is familier with the airplane history before I got it and might know how it was flown prior to the myself and the two previous owners.
 

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