PROP BALANCING
& PAINTING
 

Painting and Balancing

Once the area has been prepared as described under Propellers and Prop Repairs and all fine sand paper marks have been removed, hang the propeller in the balancing device.

Propeller prepared and sanded.

Rough balancing if necessary else skip this step The heavy end will hang down meaning either material from the end must be removed and or material added to the opposite end.

When removing material take care not to alter the pitch of the prop.
Adding material is usually in the form of primer paint and sometimes a clear lacquer.



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