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Simple Prop Balancer

Simple Prop Balancer

This is a very simple prop balancer which is easy to use. Fit the prop hub in between the two tapered cones, then hold the two pointed ends of the shaft lightly between thumb and forefinger, let the prop settle and you should quite easily see which blade is the heavier.



PRODUCT ID: 450-0024

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$1.50

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Total of 38 discussions.
Mike  2 points - 8/16/2015
 
Is the shaft made of a magnetic or non-magnetic material?
 Sungio 138 points
the threaded shaft is magnetic but the other parts are not.
 Ilker 19 points
Shaft is made of a magneticmaterial.
Alias  21 points - 7/14/2015
 
PLEASE RESTOCK!!
 Ilker 19 points
its now in stock
BacodiRC  54 points - 4/29/2015
 
Dimensions?
 Miguel FP 1920 points
Total lengh 45 mm. Thread length 24mm. Diameter 2 mm. Mine didn't came with tapered ends, I had to do it myself chuking the prop balancer up in a drill and sharpen it with a file.
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 BacodiRC 54 points
Gracias!! Era para hacerme una idea (deberí*an poner estos datos en la descripció*n)
 Miguel FP 1920 points
Gracias a ti por el credito. Yo tambien pienso lo mismo, las descripciones deberian ser mas precisas. (sin acentos..
Gerard  23 points - 3/26/2015
 
Will it fit these propellers for my quadcopter? http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store
/uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=22450&aff=371472 Thanks
 chopper50 394 points
yes it would be great for those props you would need two magnets and a small frame to mount them on
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 Gerard 23 points
thanks for your answer! Cheers
Robin  39 points - 2/6/2015
 
For boat props try this: Get a flat piece of wood and get 2 new Stanley knife blades and glue them so they are standing vertically to form 2 knife like edges. Mount the simple prop balance and prop so that the shafts at both ends are resting on the knife edges and hey! Presto!. This is a very low friction set up
 Peter 9 points
Yeah I wouldnt do this.
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Good enough to use in the field.


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item muito importante no aeromodelismo para balanciar sua helices e fans


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Very simple balancer, very cheap as well and it works just fine. Not magnetic, seems to be some sort of alloy making it very light. Overall great product.


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preisguenstig und praktisch, die Achsenenden muss man selber anspitzen, dann kann man es auch für kleine und leichte Luftschrauben verwenden - eingespannt zwischen 2 Neodymmagnete


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