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2-Zoll-Carbon-Faser-Spitz Spinner mit Alloy Backplate

2-Zoll-Carbon-Faser-Spitz Spinner mit Alloy Backplate

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9,14 €
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Gewicht:
29 g
SKU:
445000030-0
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Diese Spinnern sind wirklich schön fertig und mit einer hohen Qualität bearbeitet backplate.They haben eine spitze Form so gut aussehen und fügen hinzu, dass Kontakt zu vielen verschiedenen Typen von Flugzeugen, ideal für Verbrenner oder Elektro Veredelung. Mitgelieferte ungeschnitten, so dass sie zwei Messer und Multiblattstützen passen.

Specs:
Durchmesser: 2 Zoll (51mm)
Länge: 2,75 Zoll (70mm)
Befestigungsschraube Durchmesser: 4mm
Wellen - Durchmesser: 10mm

Hinweis: Nicht mit Adapter oder Befestigungsschraube geliefert.

  • Artikelbezeichnung 445000030-0
  • Brand -
  • Kapazität ( mAh) -
  • Gewicht ( g) 29.00
  • Länge 75.00
  • Breite 55.00
  • Höhe 55.00
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A beautiful and well manufactured spinner that would enhance the appearance of any model.
Now the downside, for some reason known only to themselves, it has been decided to ruin the back plate with a 10 mm or 3/8" mounting hole.
Wouldn't it have made more "common" sense to produce it with a 1/4" hole, which is the general size of most engine crankshafts in this spinner's range, thus allowing enlargement at one's own discretion as required !!!!
Sometimes I wonder where production engineers heads are, obviously on the drawing board, not the model maker.
Cheers, Tony.

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A beautiful and well manufactured spinner that would enhance the appearance of any model.
Now the downside, for some reason known only to themselves, it has been decided to ruin the back plate with a 10 mm or 3/8" mounting hole.
Wouldn't it have made more "common" sense to produce it with a 1/4" hole, which is the general size of most engine crankshafts in this spinner's range, thus allowing enlargement at one's own discretion as required !!!!
Sometimes I wonder where production engineers heads are, obviously on the drawing board, not the model maker.
Cheers, Tony.

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