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I had found this old propeller to add to the collection of airplane parts I was displaying in my garage. I didn’t know at first what to do with ...
First I disassembled the propeller for cleaning and painting.
I then gave the center hub to a friend from work who I knew had the skills required to fabricate a mounting bracket. I gave him free reign ...
Like many projects, I got so involved in getting things done, that I forgot to take photos… Here the mounting bracket has been hung on a vertical 2X8 ...
To spin the propeller, I bought this motor that was originally used in a mobility scooter. It is a 24 volt 6 amp DC electric motor that turns ...
I removed the original geared pulley. Painted the motor mount black, rotated it 180 degrees and remounted it. I then added a three inch v-belt pulley. It was mounted ...
My garage is becoming a bone yard of used airplane parts. Here is another of my aircraft projects… http://www.instructables.com/id/1940s-airplane-wheel-table/
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