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    Spinner for a Hartzell trailblazer prop on a cub.

    Does anybody know what the spinner stock number is for putting a Hartzell trailblazer on a cub? Trying to get a trailblazer for an experimental 0360 cub and Hartzell is of little help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DENNY View Post
    Does anybody know what the spinner stock number is for putting a Hartzell trailblazer on a cub? Trying to get a trailblazer for an experimental 0360 cub and Hartzell is of little help.
    DENNY
    Seriously, Hartzell can't tell you the proper part number??? Call and ask for Kristin Bendickson.

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    Path of least resistance... I'd call Cubcrafters.

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    Just my 2 cents: Be careful using the word "Experimental" around Hartzell.

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    https://hartzellprop.com/products/to...te-technology/

    "Note 1: Trailblazer Homebuilt® kits do not come with spinner assemblies or spinner mounting kits."

    Look here starting on page 374.
    https://hartzellprop.com/services/product-support-library/manuals/application-guide/
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    Tell them you want the one used on the FX3 Carbon Cub.
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    Thanks guys!! I using the information from the manuals and comparing it to the carbon cub I think I got it pretty close. Checking a few more things I will keep you posted.
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    Check with Brian Sutton - he holds the STC for the trailblazers and also has some of the best pricing around on those components. https://www.propilotsinc.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    Tell them you want the one used on the FX3 Carbon Cub.
    FX-3 optionally uses the 80 inch or 83 inch Trailblazer. I posted all the Trailblazer part numbers in a recent thread but here they are again:

    83 inch 2-Blade Carbon Fiber Propeller, Standard Hub HC-C2YR-1N/NG8301
    80 inch 2-Blade Carbon Fiber Propeller, Standard Hub HC-C2YR-1N/NG8301-3
    78 inch 2-Blade Carbon Fiber Propeller, Standard Hub HC-C2YR-1N/NG8301-5
    76 inch 2-Blade Carbon Fiber Propeller, Standard Hub HC-C2YR-1N/NG8301-7


    More details of this propeller family are available in TCDS P-920. - https://tinyurl.com/y4sy6thr

    Edited to add -

    This manual has lots of useful information - https://hartzellprop.com/MANUALS/145-0000-A.pdf
    Last edited by frequent_flyer; 09-04-2021 at 09:53 AM.

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    Sorry Steve - I see now that you were answering about the spinner not the prop.

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    I asked on the CC group and was given 106039 as the spinner part number. This checks out as a composite dome part number in Hartzell manual 148. That document does not include the number I was given for the bulkhead which was 106348P. However both part numbers do appear in the price list - https://hartzellprop.com/wp-content/uploads/2021-Price-List.pdf

    FWIW my FX-3 has a composite spinner dome and an aluminum bulkhead. I think both have the Harzell part number labels on them but I'd prefer not to have to pull it off again to read them. Unfortunately the photos I have don't show the labels.

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    I think I have found the right numbers or at least in the ballpark to make it all work. Few more calls on monday, thanks for everyones help.
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    Sounds like you have all you need but my EX-3 builder contact added a note so I'll pass it on -


    "Part # 106040 is also written on the plate as "spinner Assy." I assume this is for both pieces (composite dome and backplate). It is on the price list link you sent as well. 100% sure these #'s are correct."

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