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Aluminium Prop Spinner 102mm / 4.0inch diameter
Shaft size: 7mm
PRODUCT ID: AL102spinner
can i use my 22X10 Carbon Fiber Propeller for this spinner ?
I didn't get mine yet but I ordered it for my RCG 50cc with a 22x3dA. I dont think the holes are drilled in it so I also ordered a jig and opening the chaneles for the prop can be done with a file. I also plan on balanceing after the mods. Just make sure it isn't touching the prop
If you do a search on you tube for "Cutting spinner for a prop part I" and "RC Prop and Spinner Balancing - Part 2" it might be some help
Hi is this spinner for a two blade prop will it fit D50 Regards Alex
Yes it will fit but you must have a drill jig for DA 50 and make holes into the spinner.
I have a DA50 engine, is this the right spinner for it?
It will fit but will need drilling to suit the 4 bolt prop mount, if you don't have one, a prop drill jig might be a good idea while you are buying this.
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Thanks Scott! I already bought that drill jig for the propeller and i will drill the spinner also!
yes it will work but you may have to trim for prop
Lauronha, it will fit and there in NO drilling of the spinner but you will need a different adapter for the prop shaft and maybe a long screw, but they are really nice for the price, sure beats a tru-turn price, and looks just as good
I need a 4,5" aluminium spinner.
Do you have this spinner?
i have one why you ask
Do you have this in 127 mm (5") and what is the shaft size ?
Will the provided screw be sufficiently long for a DL50 without any extensions?
I wouldn't use the screw that's supplied with it as it's ***r quality. Mine sheared during landing (I think) on its third flight. Buy yourself a nice stainless steel one instead.
very true Barry, 5 points for you.
Which thread is on the shaft adapter?
Whe is the thread of the engine nut ? M8 ?