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Spinner ,Tailwheel

death trap

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Getting rid of dust collectors.
12 inch polished aluminum spinner with front and rear bulkheads cut for a fixed pitch Sensenich Alum.Prop $135

Tail wheel tire , new. $25

Prop bolts , 1/2 inch (6). $25


Add $5 for shipping

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Spinner in in layaway due to the Polar Vortex . Tire and bolts still available
 

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This spinner may still be available. Not DT's fault, the spinner is to big for Miss Smith. (0-235 Lyc.) 12" dia., 14" long. Same price plus postage. It is a nice, straight, clean, spinner, but for a larger motor than I have. :-( So I am still in the market for a spinner, (10" dia., 14" long.

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Hi DT or Larry,

I'm not sure who has possesion of the Spinner now....
I don't think I'm able to send PM's for some reason, (or that explains the 2 DT got:p).
Anyways, this is to let you guys know I'm still interested in the spinner. It's for an O-360, so should fit.:cool:

thanks,
Jamesel
 
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You wouldn't happen to have a turbine shaft oil tube shield assembly for a J-57?
 
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Hey Larry,

Sorry, got it, but was spending more time flying than fixing. Finally started fitting it, and it looked so good my partner sold the airplane:mad: to a nice guy fom Manitoba! I've handed it over to him, and so the travelling spinner has one more chance to be a little more fixed in position.

Thanks for helping me out.

Regards,
Ted
 

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