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Larry Lyons

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I still need a spinner like in post #4 at the link below. Remember this is for a 0-235 not a 0-320 or larger. 10" or 11" dia. by 14" long would be ideal but am getting desperate. There was a place at SnF that was selling used spinners located over by the school building on, I believe, at the south end that had a nice selection but not what I needed, I took a card to contact them later as they thought they had one back home but, typical for me, I lost the card! :eek: Any ideas on who that might have been or where I might find out? The problem I'm having is getting something that looks good to my eye. I don't want the little pointy type like a 172.

http://www.biplaneforum.com/showthread.php?p=136201#post136201

I have two beautiful spinners I will post later this week for sale. Both for larger engines, both 12" dia., both bought from posters here, both have the ballistic shape (that I want), not the straight side shape.
 

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