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Hartzell Wood Propeller Hub Wanted

jh23job

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I have a Wood Hartzell Propeller, and I'm looking for the center hub for it. It's a NON-AIRWORTHY Propeller, so Airworthiness is NOT important. Please email, call or text @ [email protected] or 218-310-0909. Thanks, Dan
 

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What is the hub thickness? And how many holes? Have a pic of prop or know the length?
 

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BTW I have a non airworthy 8 bolt hub like was used on Stearman and some others it's the thicker hub I think 8" but I'd have to check.
 

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I have a hub for a Hartzell Hartzellite ground adjustable
Propeller, it fits a small Continental.
Picture?
Dave

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The Hartzell Wood Propeller is 84" long, and is an 8 bolt hub. I have a hub from a Sensenich Propeller, but the holes don't line up...
 

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