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Sensenich Propeller 76EM8-0-56 120hrs TTSN

hosspowerinc

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I have a Sensenich 76em8-0-56 prop removed from an O-360-A4M. It only has 120 hours on it since new. It has never been overhauled or filed. The original paint didnt look fresh so it was stripped and repainted with 2 part primer and paint. It has 0 hours since the paint job. I have pictures of it prior to painting that show the original decals if you are interested. This currently sells for over $4100 new and Id like $2500 for this one. It will ship in a Sensenich prop box.

 

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Curious if you switched to lightweight composite? I have same combo and was considering a switch. Thanks,

Brian
 

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I guess I should add this is a certified prop and will come with a log book stating total time and the repaint signed off by an IA.
 

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Have you tried listing this on Barnstormers?
 

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Sensenich has an application chart on their website. You could use that to direct your advertising to particular types of aircraft that use this prop.
 

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