Still searching for a Pusher prop for a Barnett

j4flyer

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I need a pusher prop for my Bandit Pro. The pro is using a C-85. It will accept the Barnett 3 blade ground adjustable or the two blade fixed pitch as used on the o-200 Jerrie mounted on his J4b and J4b-2. I know he used the 65 and 85 but I need the one with the o-200 hub. The one for the o-200 will work in my application. I believe the hub style is an SAE 1. I would rather have the three blade but, I’m not going to set any records so a two blade will work fine. If you have a Barnett Prop and wish to sell it, please let me know.
 

HobbyCAD

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I have an MT 3-blade pusher, composite, electric variable pitch prop, was mounted on to a Lycoming O-325, not sure what SAE pattern that hub is, but according to the manual, the "F" designation is SAE 1.

I can send you some pics.

Some hurdle, it's with me in Australia.

Cheers, Francois.
 
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HobbyCAD

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Some more details, it's a model MTV-7-F/LD 165-03 Composite 3-Blade Pusher Prop. It has an infinitely variable pitch range from take-off to feathering position via automatic or manual electronic control. The diameter is 165cm, 69”, the pitch is variable from 12 degrees to 24 degrees. It was mounted on a pusher aircraft with Lycoming O-235 engine, used around 500hrs. The prop comes complete as removed, with the spinner, slipring for 235 or other similar size Lycoming hubs, brush assembly, bolts, and a 12V version plus a 24V version P-120U manual/automatic pitch controller. It has all to get it running. Max power 160HP at 2800RPM. It has stainless steel leading edges. The tips are fine, the paint is chipped off, absolutely no dings on the blade’s surfaces, LE or spinner. The LE tape has perished, it will have to be replaced should you want protective tape on it. I’m not going to do a thing to this prop to dolly it up, best it is taken in its current condition. The MT specs are http://www.mt-propeller.com/pdf/datsheet/mtv-7.pdf, installation instructions http://www.mt-propeller.com/pdf/manuals/e-118.pdf. It is a certified prop, I have the original invoice, shipping box, ARC, logbook, manuals, and all the green tags for the components when they were removed from the engine. Of course, it is now out of date, should you want to re-certify it for use on a certificated aircraft. For your experimental, it’s ready to go on.
 
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Some pics.
 

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