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Old 26-05-2006, 04:22 AM   #1
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Help with prop ID.

I have acquired a couple of stainless steel right hand Cleaver props but before I put them on ebay I need to know what make they are and what pitch. They both have the following stamped on the hubs 745F and AP0189. There is no manufacturers name anywhere and probably about fifteen years old. Can anyone help?
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Old 26-05-2006, 08:11 AM   #2
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Can you post any pics of em'
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Are those numbers machine stamped or for want of a better term Single handheld stamps that are slightly out of line.
Reason is There are not exactly a load of people in the UK that do props when they go through the shop they put on an Ident number, think you would only have to call about 3-4 to find out. Try a PM to Streamline (geoff) on this forum he might know or recognise the numbering.
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Are those numbers machine stamped or for want of a better term Single handheld stamps that are slightly out of line.
Reason is There are not exactly a load of people in the UK that do props when they go through the shop they put on an Ident number, think you would only have to call about 3-4 to find out. Try a PM to Streamline (geoff) on this forum he might know or recognise the numbering.
Can't tell, but am attaching some pics to see if you can advise?
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This is the other stamp.
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They are hand held stamps put on by the prop shop for ident, just got to find who did em now.
Top of my head
Streamline , Guilford, Geoff, Member here
Steel Develepments, London, ???
one in poole they are mentioned on the forums here but buggered if I can recall them at the moment.
rekon it could be one of those 3 but if not they could point you in the right direction. quite a small community
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one in poole they are mentioned on the forums here but buggered if I can recall them at the moment.
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Prop Revolutions codes start with 'PR' followed by four digits i.e 'PR1234', so it doesnt look like you need to call them regarding that prop.
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They are hand held stamps put on by the prop shop for ident, just got to find who did em now.
Top of my head
Streamline , Guilford, Geoff, Member here
Steel Develepments, London, ???
one in poole they are mentioned on the forums here but buggered if I can recall them at the moment.
rekon it could be one of those 3 but if not they could point you in the right direction. quite a small community
Thanks for that. Is that Streamline Guildford? Anyhow, I will call Steel Developments first to see if they have any ideas. Thanks everyone for your help.
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if you need streamlined propellers number then heres a pic i took while a bus in aldershot!lol
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