Originally Posted by Chris Beebe
I have this spacer and a wood prop that I want to bolt up. I have no experience with spacers and the proper install of different setups. My thoughts are to press the locating pins flush but the second part is I don't have the six centering bushings that slide into the back of the wood prop. Is this ok to do or do I need a different spacer for my application? Any information would be appreciated.
That spacer is for a Sensenich Metal prop and is not suitable for a wood prop.
You need an extension that is specifically made for a wood prop.
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