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Prince P-Tip Prop

Lotahp1

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What engine was it for?
 

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Damn! If I'd aim for a fixed pitch prop, this would be my choice!
 

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im Interested, what additional hardware required to mount?
Cost to ship to Ca?
 

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Spoke to “mr Prince” this morning, great guy!
For 180 hp O 360 Pitts S1S recommends 76-54.
Hardware kit - crush plate, bolts, extended lugs (if needed) $400

Thanks for posting, great prop, good price
Unfortunately not correct pitch for my application .

Doug
 

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