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Old 09-19-2018, 05:34 PM
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Default What spinner should I use with a carbon prince prop on 0320

Just bought N544WM RV4 with 0320 and carbon prince prop. This was not original prop on the plane. My ferry pilot just informed me the existing spinner broke on his first flight and now is removing to get it back.
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Old 09-24-2018, 06:01 PM
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Default Spinner doctor....

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Just bought N544WM RV4 with 0320 and carbon prince prop. This was not original prop on the plane. My ferry pilot just informed me the existing spinner broke on his first flight and now is removing to get it back.
Greg,
Wait till he gets back with it, then use the broken one as a pattern if there’s anything left. Vans sells 12” RV4 spinners on their accessories link. Lonnie Prince also sells fitted 12” RV4 spinners for purchase precut for his props I believe.
Give him a call....
http://www.princeaircraft.com/theprop.aspx
V/R
Smokey

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