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Old 04-08-2010, 05:41 PM
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Hi, I just received a QM-2 40 and am wondering about the set-up. Does the backplate go on, then the insert into the backplate, then prop, then washer, then spinner adapter? Or do I have the order messed up?
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the spinner mounts on the tapered shaft collar. So it is usually easier to put the prop stud on first, then install the backplate. You need the prop installed to keep it in place.

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Thanks Bob,
One more stupid question before I fire it up. Does the little hole in the counterbalanced backplate point up when the intake is fully open like a nelson?
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yes, should be the same
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