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    Production of wooden propellers resumed in Kharkov.
    Price is determined individually depending on the material, method of protection, engine power.
    The highest quality of workmanship, handmade, tverdnye woods, protection of fiberglass and stainless steel.
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    Last edited by Vladimir Meglinsky; 9th February 2019, 10:36.
    Best regards, Vladimir Meglinsky
    My site: http://propeller.simplesite.com/

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    Propeller for Rotax-503.
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    Best regards, Vladimir Meglinsky
    My site: http://propeller.simplesite.com/

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    • #3
      I have bought an Eastern European prop made in a similar fashion out of lots of different bits. I would certainly never ever do it again. Quite apart from the difficulties I had getting it and keeping it balanced, it was dimensionally unstable to a most unacceptable degree.

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      • #4
        Who is the manufacturer?
        You contacted him?
        I do not know the complaint to our wooden propellers made in Kharkov aviation University.
        However, the main customers today are French operators.

        The first propellers in Kharkov began to produce in 1908.
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        Last edited by Vladimir Meglinsky; 9th February 2019, 10:49.
        Best regards, Vladimir Meglinsky
        My site: http://propeller.simplesite.com/

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        • #5
          Happy new year, colleagues!
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          Best regards, Vladimir Meglinsky
          My site: http://propeller.simplesite.com/

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          • #6
            Dear colleagues! The number of orders for wooden propellers has increased dramatically. We don't have time. I must once again warn potential customers that the propeller will have to wait several months. We can't compromise the quality of the product.
            Best regards, Vladimir Meglinsky
            My site: http://propeller.simplesite.com/

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