Sensenich C2372 Spinner
I am considering changing out my 25 year old Wooden Warnke prop for a metal Sensenich. Pretty well decided on the prop itself (4"extension, 7/16" bolts, 79" pitch) but wondering about the spinner.
I will fit a new spinner, fairly obviously, but I am considering the 2 options that present themselves, a fibreglass Van's cut-it-yourself one or a finished Sensenich all aluminium one (C2372) at around $800.
How easy is the Van's one to fit (nicely)? If it's going to take 2 attempts to get it right then the Sensenich being correct right out of the box begins to look less expensive.
As far as I can see Van's don't sell the Sensenich Spinner as part of their prop packages. I am sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong on this!
If the good Lord had intended man to fly, He would have given him more money.
1994 RV-6: bought 2008 & improving it ever since.