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Macauley 3-blade Spinner

guzziguy

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Polished Aluminum
Great Shape
backing plate for an IO-360

$1,000

Prop Log Data:
Propeller Model: C3D36C415
Blade Model: G 82NGA-8
Hub Serial Number: 910942

Blade S/Ns:
LB101
LB104
LB122

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PM me with pictures and a part number please.

Verify it is a polished spinner and not chrome?

Thanks,
Dave
 

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Pics Added.
Couldn't figure out how to attach them to the PM
 

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Did you happen to find a part number for the spinner, backing plate and filets?

Also, any dents or dings?

Dave
 

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Did you happen to find a part number for the spinner, backing plate and filets?

Also, any dents or dings?

Dave
I inspected the spinner, fillets and backing plate extensively the night I took the pictures.
The only stamps or numbers I found were likely the date of manufacture (Dec 10, 1990 or 1995, IIRC). The only other marks present that I found were on the backing plate which showed Top Dead Center and Blade One. No other markings were found.

There are no dents or dings at all and the parts are in great shape. I would have reused it myself if I had replaced the old hub/blades with a Macauley 3-blade; I prefer the polished alum to the white paint on the new spinner I got. But unfortunately, I just couldn't justify the expense.
 

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Maybe in your prop logbook? There are a couple versions for an Arrow II, I just want to be sure it will work before I make you an offer.

I’d like to put it on my plane and not make it an expensive planter...LOL

Dave
 
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