What type of planes use hamilton standard 6531A blades?

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  1. Zmit

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    Hi
    What type of planes use hamilton standard 6531A blades?
     
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    Please help! How using the number of the blade Hamilton Standard determine the year of manufacturing?
     
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    All I can find at the moment is the Beech-18
     
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    Thank you, fubar57.
    I also already knew. Model 18 or its military versions - the C-45 or AT-7.
    Do you know how to use the serial number of the blade to know year of manufacturing?
     
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    I'm afraid I don't. I uploaded a propellor manual in the technical section of the forum this week. That may of some help to you
     
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