Originally Posted by ColoradoHeliNut
No, not really. I have a Grand Prix so it's hard to lay down the fuse with the prop on. The fuse is too long to lay it across the back seat & the prop would make it even harder.
I put the fuse in the front seat with the nose in the floorboard. The tail almost hits the roof. If the prop was on it would not sit at the angle the fuse needs to be to clear the tail.
I can leave the prop on my Starmax 63" Mustang but not the FMS 67". The prop is that much bigger.
Why not just take the backplate and blades off the prop shaft and set the whole assy on the floorboard or something? Its only one screw and one bolts, easy with pliers, faster than taking off blades.