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Looking for a Propeller

Gonzo

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Found a prop, everybody thanks!
 
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I have a MTV-9-B-C/C188-18a with about 200 hours on it. experimental That I might consider selling. Probably not what you want though.
 

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Ok, I am listening, 1st what is the difference between an -18A and -18B, we are talking about a three blade prop? Next what makes it experimental, it was manufactured as a certified prop, frankly I don't care, but unfortunitly the Fed's do as my Pitts is a factory plane.
 

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I have a new in crate MTV-9-B-C/C190-18b. I'm not sure what they are worth now. This one was shipped in 2007 I think.
 

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I do not know the difference between a & b The tag on the prop says its experimental. Was originally installed on my Pitts S-1T in 1993 and removed around 1999 and replaced with a Hartzell "Claw". It would need to be overhauled and does not include a spinner.
 

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