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Old 10-14-2021, 07:53 PM
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Default Prop hub

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Originally Posted by jcarne View Post
Larry you will get this fixed man. Also a +1 for what Carl said. Without the prop on or something insanely accurate like an actual hub you are playing with fire. Too large of a gap is ugly among other things and too small will seriously make it a pain in the a$$ to get the bottom cowl off! Mine is 3/16" approximately and even then the bottom cowl is a pain sometimes.
Sorry. No choice. Money isn't there yet for my Whirlwind 300RV.
I have to try or add time to the end when I really want to be flyjng.
I do have an incredibly accurate cowl jig with a hub duplicate and using Whirlwind CAD drawing. I'm shooting for a bit more space because it's a three blade. If I mess up, it won't be the first, or last time.
Fingers Crossed.
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