German propeller blade to identify

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  1. focke190

    focke190 New Member

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    Can anyone identify this prop blade? It's size is about 160 cm. The propeller numbers are 9-17302 A-4 Any help is apprechiated. Regards – focke190
     

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    Airframes Benevolens Magister

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    Looks like a late FW190 or FW190D 'paddle' blade.
     
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    I was thinking that as well where did you get it from?
     
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    I ran the ID numbers and found this from the forum at woodenpropeller.com:
    (someone had inquired about a very similiar prop, slightly different WkNmr)

    Hopes this narrows it down a bit
     
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    This is Fw190 A9 and F9 wood blade

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