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10x4.5 SF Props Black CW (2pc) CCW (2pc)

10x4.5 SF Props Black CW (2pc) CCW (2pc)

10x4.5 SF Props Black CW (2pc) CCW (2pc) - Complete with spacer rings.



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Length (Inch [X]) 10
Pitch (Inch [Y]) 4.5
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FPVLover  115 points - 2/6/2015
 
The most expensive prop could be out of balance, here is a short How-to for balacing props with a magnetic balancer (from hobbyking too) or a cheap & easy balancer. Probably helpful for someone.
xquad  6 points - 8/24/2014
 
Thank you!
 Hugh_AH 152 points
A lot of the tightening problems people seem to be experiencing is actually caused by grub nuts, and poorly manufactured grub nuts. It's a bad design when it's made well! If your grub nuts do not all drop cleanly on the motor shaft to the same level, you have defective ones, ones not milled out all the way. And the collet can gall and not compress correctly on the grub nut. If you can apply a dab of oil to the arms of the grub nut before applying the collet and NOT getting any on the shaft, it works better. And if your grub nuts are not going on the shafts cleanly, you can ream them out carefully. If your outrunner motors have mounting screws on top, SERIOUSLY consider finding prop adapters so you can throw the grub nuts in the trash can where they belong.
xquad  6 points - 8/24/2014
 
Does anyone knows what's the hole diameter of this props?
 BuBu1 294 points
The hole diameter is 9,35mm, but they are provided with adapters, for the diameters 3mm, 3.25mm, 3.5mm, 4mm, 4.75mm, 5mm, 6mm, 6.25mm.
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 Hayden 1 points
How to the adaptors attach to the prop?
Mik C  140 points - 8/16/2014
 
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Karsten  1 points - 7/7/2014
 
I'm a Newbee and trying to build a Tricopter. I have the Turnigy MultStar outrunner motors and the 10x4.5 props. They came with the prop mount and the cone to tighten the prop on with. The keep unscrewing before I get off the ground. How do I lock then on???
 Wazza_99 1231 points
Do not use loctite on these props, they will melt! Ok, I had this problem too at the start, I was not just tightening them strong enough. Just tighten them a max, near the point of breaking the hubs and after hundreds of flights, they are still tight on mine! Again, don't use loctite on plastic!
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 Karsten 1 points
I did tighten them close to breaking and they came loose. I put a small wrench in the hole and twisted them tight. If the prop hit the ground or grass slightly they loosen up. Thanks anyway.
 Quadfan 16 points
I removed the cone and put on m5 self locking bolt nuts. they work well and are way more easier to lock.
 Karsten 1 points
Thanks for the help , I thought about that but was afraid to try it.
 Keith 3 points
A note about props , hubs and spacers. I believe most methods of prop attachment are good if they are done properly. I had an incident where the collet style hub came off the motor shaft and caused a crash. The cone nut is tightened and the force is presented onto the shaft with the wedge style collet and it works well, however, the hub prop shaft below the threaded section and above the wedge was a larger diameter and did not fit into the prop spacer. The force was taken between the cone nut and the larger diameter and not by the nut pulling the wedge up into the base flange -properly clamping the hub onto the shaft. This is a problem -what to cut? Perfectly center an enlarged hole in the spacer or lathe cut the hub prop shaft to the correct diameter. -both difficult.
 Vikingflyer 8 points
You can use Locktite. However use a very small amount only on the threads. Not on the plastic. People often use too much of it. It should be applied only to the two or three first threads.
 Keith 3 points
Vikflyer -You didn't understand what I am saying. Due to the part mismatch, the clamping force is not presented to the clamp (the collet to the motor shaft). The nut coming off is not the problem -the whole hub/prop assembly leaving is. Locktite won't help that. Read and understand it -it is a problem. If anyone needs more clarity I can explain it further with pics.
 Keith 3 points
READ THIS -if you are using these prop adapters make sure they fit the collet shaft below the threads -the shaft diameter below the threads is larger on mine. This won't let the collet clamp onto the shaft (read the above posts).
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good but out of 8 they all needed balancing but they relli can take a beating


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Great props, light and well balanced.


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Works just fine for my quadrocopter! Cheap and not bad quality!


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Must balance them.
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