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Old Jul 26, 2015, 08:45 PM
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Yep ... agree with that. I was curious why he said what he said. The U.S. rep/agent/dealer what ever they are, for Graupner is Openhobby.

I did not think about it until now ( I got my MC-20 from OpenHobby ) but they also have the Graupner props ....
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Old Jul 26, 2015, 09:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Tahoed View Post
Bryn, In the long run, you'll probably want to switch to spinner's and yokes with 8mm shoulder's, you'll have a lot more options.
Logged and noted.
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Old Jul 26, 2015, 09:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Brynmr View Post
Props ordered. $17 coming from Japan I believe. I hope these work. It's the simplest solution.
They will work , just a minor thing is they come with 2mm pin hole, if the spinner is 3mm like the Radian is , it is a simple matter to run a 3mm or 1/8th drill through them to open them up a bit, this can be done by hand , do not even need a electric drill. Just depends on spinner pins size. Sorry it has been a long time I flew a Radian, have to work from memory.

Yes the 8mm shoulder/3mm pin, is definitely the way to go in the long run, almost all other spinners have that size and almost all props come in that arrangement.
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