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Nov 10, 2009, 06:07 AM
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Source for a 32mm spinner that takes a 6mm shaft?


Having a hard time trying to find the above spinner that will take a 6mm shaft. I have found one that uses a grub screw, but was hoping to find one that small that uses a clamp style.

Anyone have any good sources?
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Nov 10, 2009, 06:38 AM
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Check out this page, near the bottom of the page in the aluminum precision spinners.
Its not 32 mm but it is pretty close (30mm) and with a 6mm shaft.
http://www.icare-rc.com/spinners.htm
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Nov 10, 2009, 07:23 AM
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iCare would be easy for you to deal with being 'up there'..

The RFM spinners work great, however..
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Nov 10, 2009, 08:17 AM
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I was actually going to a HM spinner from Puffin Models but the 32mm has only a grub screw, but starting from 35mm and up, it uses a clamp style to fix onto the shaft.

This setup will be using a kontronik fun 500/27 5.21GB, a 18x7 prop and a 3S lipo. Will a grub screw spinner be OK, or for that size setup should I be looking more for the clamp style?

I was hoping to get a black spinner so the search continues...
Nov 11, 2009, 05:40 AM
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Grub screws work better than collett style as you go up in power. All the F5B guys are using them.
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Nov 11, 2009, 09:19 AM
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Grub screws work better than collett style as you go up in power. All the F5B guys are using them.
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Not really--collets are better for securing things at high power--there is much more surface area doing the work. Also you don't have to hack up the shaft to get the set screw to hold...

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Nov 11, 2009, 09:27 AM
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Not really--collets are better for securing things at high power--there is much more surface area doing the work. Also you don't have to hack up the shaft to get the set screw to hold...

Steve
That's what I actually ended up going with. A 35mm HM spinner with a clamp style. It was the smallest spinner that I could find with the collet style, any smaller and they were set screws. It will be slightly larger than I need, but it should at least be secure.
Nov 11, 2009, 10:47 AM
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Not really--collets are better for securing things at high power--there is much more surface area doing the work. Also you don't have to hack up the shaft to get the set screw to hold...

Steve
I stand corrected. I thought you guys still used RFM stuff..
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