Park Zone J-3 Cub Prop question
Broke prop on cub today. There are no numbers on it and instructions that came with it just give you a part number. So I called Park Zone and they told me it was a 9X7. I measured the prop and it was 8 1/4 inches. So I called back and they said their info says nine/seven. Hummmm...
GWS makes a ten/seven and an eight/six.
They seem flimzer than the stock prop.
The cub had plenty of power with stock prop.
My question is which of the GWS props should I use?
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