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1/5th scale SiST FW-190 spinner and backplate (RTF)
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    Item Number 1119124
    Quantity 1
    Asking Price USD $115.00
    Placed 09/27/2017 12:30:26 PM
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    Item Location:
    Chesapeake, VA USA
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    Seller: Silvanskii
    Last login: 10/16/2017 2:28:PM  (Market Authorized Member)

    Average Response Time: This measurement shows how responsive the seller has been over the past 3 months. Measurements started with offers and questions placed on January 17, 2006.
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    Readiness:RTF Click to learn about readiness definitions like RTR or ARF etc
     
    Condition:Used Excellent
     
    Why Selling: No longer need
     
    Willing to Trade: No

    Item Description:

    This is the backup spinner and backplate I had for my SiST FW-190D-9 that is cut for a 3 blade prop. The spinner is bored out for a G45. The spinner is fiberglass, the backplate aluminum. The spinner attaches with 4/40 screws which unfortunately I can't find at the moment. I don't like moving!

     
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    Joined: 8/22/2002
    Last login:
    10/16/2017 2:28:PM
    Location: VA, USA
    SELLER REPLY:

    Hello.

    The FAA's report concluded cause of accident as the Spektrum 2.4 module fell out of the back of the controlling transmitter, causing loss of aircraft control. The module was not inspected post accident because a large rock smashed it into the trash can shortly after aircraft impact.

    I'll go $95 if interested.
    09/30/2017 03:38 PM   SIGN IN OR JOIN FREE TO RESPOND    PROFILE
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