Can you Identify my Propeller?

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  1. quinn2234

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    #1 quinn2234, Dec 10, 2010
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    if someone could tell me a little information on this propeller such as how old it is and what plane used it that would be very much appreciated.

    http://i1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd402/slashpwnd/propeller.jpg?t=1292027714

    http://i1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd402/slashpwnd/3.jpg?t=1292027714

    http://i1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd402/slashpwnd/2.jpg?t=1292027714

    http://i1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd402/slashpwnd/4.jpg?t=1292027714

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    Could you tell me if this is from ww2 and if so what plane or if not what era it would be in. Im sorry i could not make the pictures larger but any information would be very helpful .

    http://i1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd402/slashpwnd/th_4-1.jpg?t=1292037500

    http://i1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd402/slashpwnd/th_2-1.jpg?t=1292037500

    http://i1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd402/slashpwnd/th_3-1.jpg?t=1292037500

    http://i1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd402/slashpwnd/th_propeller-1.jpg?t=1292037500

    i tried to, it says there bigger on the site i used then when you click the link notihng changes

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  2. vikingBerserker

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    I can't, the pics are a little too small. Anyway you can post larger ones?
     
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    ok, those photos are wayyyyy too small to make out anything....seriously. you gotta make 'em bigger, pal
     
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    ..or tell us what the writing says. It looks English so that at least eliminates axis manufacture.
     
  5. Njaco

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    I merged the two threads - you only need to make one thread for this question.
     
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    I just merged another one. There is no need to open a 3rd thread to identify this propeller. If anyone can do it, they can do so in this one thread.
     
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    sorry about all this guys, im new to the forums thank you for the help
     
  8. Shinpachi

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    For you all's eyes enjoyments, this is Junkers' in 1930:)

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  9. Aaron Brooks Wolters

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    That looks extremely close Shinpachi. I can't be sure because Quinn's photos are a bit small but that looks like it could be a match.
     
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    I thought I was gonna see a lineup of propellers and we had to pick yours..... Duh!
     
  11. Shinpachi

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    As you may know, here are lineups but too many...
     
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    Now That was a line-up.... But I didn't see Mine in there...... It's off a Chief!
     
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    WE may need Junkers88 to check this out.
     
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    yes, someone please ask that guy to identify it because the writing is in English so i doubt that its from a junker
     
  15. Aaron Brooks Wolters

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    #15 Aaron Brooks Wolters, Dec 14, 2010
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    What does the writing say Quinn? It may help to identify the prop. Serial#, cast#, model# etc.
     
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    all i can make out is a couple of numbers and the word angle and in the middle of the propeller it says caution
     
  17. Aaron Brooks Wolters

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    Ok, I don't think that will work for IDing the prop. Did you check Shinpachi's link in post #11 on the first page. It will take you to another site that has a huge listing of props. Just click the blue underlined (here).
     
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    It may be but I don't see the guard on the leading edge of your prop like the one in the link you posted but they may have left it off for some reason. Does the variable pitch assembly look the same on both?
     
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    no it dosent, that seemed to be the closet propeller in that collection and i feel as though it cant be german if theres american writing
     
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