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Ryan Allen
PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2010 1:45 pm 
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Sensenich website says:
IF YOUR PROPELLER BEGINS TO SHOW ANY OF THE FOLLOWING DAMAGE, IT SHOULD BE RETIRED SERVICE:
1. A deep cut across the wood grain.
etc, etc......

My question is:
Can anyone tell me where to find the allowable depth/width on cuts, nicks and dents that are allowed to be repaired before you have to retire a prop?

by the way, I have a Colin Walker Prop and no prop literature came with the Thorp when I bought it. I also cant find any Colin Walker Propeller guidance on the Internet.


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