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Date Posted: - Monday - 03/29/10 - 1:24pm
Author: GeneVT
Subject: CAUTION for feathering props
In reply to: Kathy M32#3 Shadow 's message, "Right Ocean Sailor" on - Friday - 03/26/10 - 11:43pm

We had researched a feathering prop for SANDPIPER (TM36C). It was not to be!

The prop would not fit and function in the rudder aperture space.
We actually made a cardboard mock-up and tried to fit in into the space.

Perhaps you have more room.

Good luck.

best wishes,

gs

SANDPIPER
TM36C

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