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2 pulgadas de fibra de carbono en punta Spinner con la aleación de la placa posterior

2 pulgadas de fibra de carbono en punta Spinner con la aleación de la placa posterior

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Estos hiladores son realmente bonitos acabados y cuentan con una alta calidad mecanizar backplate.They tiene una forma puntiaguda a fin de buscar el bien y añadir ese toque final a muchos tipos diferentes de aviones, ideal para el brillo o eléctrico. Se suministra sin cortar para que se adapte a 2 hoja y apoyos múltiples cuchillas.

Especificaciones:
Diámetro: 2 pulgadas (51 mm)
Longitud: 2,75 pulgadas (70 mm)
Perno de fijación Diámetro: 4 mm
Diámetro del eje: 10mm

Nota: No se suministra con adaptador o perno de fijación.

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 445000030-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 29.0000
  • Longitud 75.00
  • Ancho 55.00
  • Altura 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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