McCauley prop for sale

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Richard
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McCauley prop for sale

Post by Richard » Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:26

Does anyone need a McCauley prop 1a170dm7651. Fits on Aeronca sedans, 170's and early 172's. My son's Stinson, has a franklin that started making lots of metal and there are not any crankshafts available. We are going to put a cont O-470 on it instead.

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Post by joea » Mon Feb 14, 2011 10:14

Richard,

What are you asking for it, whats the condition and any chance for some photos?

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Post by Paul Agaliotis » Mon Feb 14, 2011 16:55

Richard,
I have a 220 Franklin crank on the shelf. It's a complete unknown, I picked it up in a trade.
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Re: McCauley prop for sale

Post by Richard » Mon Feb 14, 2011 22:01

Paul,
The 220 crank will work, but the prop bolt pattern is different. I'd be interested to see if it was serviceable. I need a cam also for 165 h.p. Franklin.

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Re: McCauley prop for sale

Post by Richard » Mon Feb 14, 2011 22:12

Joe,
The prop has about 270 hrs spoh. according to the yellow tag in 1994 and the engine time.
It seems to be in good condition with no nicks.
I'd like $1000.

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Re: McCauley prop for sale

Post by Paul Agaliotis » Tue Feb 15, 2011 16:21

Richard,
Let me know how you want to proceed with this. I'd like to get $500 for the shaft if it's yellow tag-able. If you need to have me ship it to a shop let me know. If it doesn't pass the muster just pay for the shipping and the shop service.
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Re: McCauley prop for sale

Post by Richard » Wed Feb 16, 2011 00:33

Paul,
Sounds good to me. I'm away from home flying. Is there a way to check the journals dimensions to see if it it meets specs? The old crank had been ground and was worn past limits.

My cell phone is (509) 539-0736

Thank you

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