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June 18 2017 at 1:14 AM

Ron Cline  (Login roncline)
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Response to Anybody Know the Length of an early block B-24D propellor blade?

I did some digging around, and I wasn't able to come up with the length of the blades by themselves. However, I do have the Hamilton Standard model numbers (from the B-24D erection and maintenance manual) for the blades used on the B-24D- all planes prior to s/n 41-23970, plus s/n 42-63751 to 42-63757, were factory fitted with narrow 6153A-18 or 6353A-18 blades, while all other D models came out with wide 6477A-0 blades. Perhaps contact Hamilton Standard, which is now part of United Technologies, and see if they have the info available:http://utcaerospacesystems.com/Pages/Default.aspx


 
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