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Subject: Re: Trapper 28 prop

John Woodhouse
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Date Posted: 14/01/07 15:40:19
In reply to: colum 's message, "Trapper 28 prop" on 13/01/07 17:18:21

Sounds like a main attachment nut with an outer locking nut.
Nick is quite right about needing a hefty whack. Another method is similar to removing a motor car wheel bearing assembly. Leave the main nut on the shaft and sufficiently unscrewed so the shaft is just inside the nut. Then belt the nut with your hammer. With luck this will jar ther prop free. If still fixed applying heat is also well worth considering.

When reassembling I would be tempted to use a castelated nut & drill the shaft to take a locking split pin.

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