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TheHighlander123

posted on 18/11/16 at 08:19 AM Reply With Quote
Bike engined prop

Hi All,

Where is the best place to get the above.

I need to measure the distance from the prop to engine tonight.

I don't want to buy from MK Indy as they are usless in responding and sending parts I've paid for.





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CosKev3

posted on 18/11/16 at 08:28 AM Reply With Quote
Bailey Morris or Dunning and Fairbank

[Edited on 18/11/16 by CosKev3]

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TheHighlander123

posted on 18/11/16 at 11:15 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by CosKev3
Bailey Morris or Dunning and Fairbank

[Edited on 18/11/16 by CosKev3]


Do you know a ruff price just out of curiosity?





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CosKev3

posted on 18/11/16 at 11:58 AM Reply With Quote
Had mine made last year at Dunning and fairbank, was just over 300 for complete propshaft with TRT rear section
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ianminki

posted on 18/11/16 at 01:19 PM Reply With Quote
re prop

hi
i have a two piece trt prop I have taken of my car that is for a bec . will not be needing any more 300 if the length is right
regards ian

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davspeed

posted on 18/11/16 at 02:35 PM Reply With Quote
Bike engined prop

Ian, As I live local to you I have messaged you about meeting up and discussing BEC parts.
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marco

posted on 18/11/16 at 08:51 PM Reply With Quote
I have a used one for 120 if it's the right length and you arrange a courier.
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cfc999

posted on 21/11/16 at 06:28 PM Reply With Quote
U2U sent.
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Rob55

posted on 22/11/16 at 04:54 PM Reply With Quote
Got mine made by D&F, thought they were spot on
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TheHighlander123

posted on 23/11/16 at 09:36 PM Reply With Quote
Needing one thats 1m 49cm



[Edited on 24/11/16 by TheHighlander123]





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cfc999

posted on 23/11/16 at 10:33 PM Reply With Quote
U2U sent to Marco regarding his prop.
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CosKev3

posted on 23/11/16 at 11:28 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by cfc999
U2U sent to Marco regarding his prop.


That's jolly nice of you jumping on someone else's wanted thread trying to get in on a deal before the OP...........

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cfc999

posted on 23/11/16 at 11:42 PM Reply With Quote
Oop sorry didn't mean to offend. The chances of finding a prop that fits are pretty slim to none existent anyway so obviously the chap posting has first dids. Hope that's cleared up any confusion.
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TheHighlander123

posted on 24/11/16 at 08:03 AM Reply With Quote
The lad has not replied anyway so I assumed you had snapped it up

I have contacted both companies above and will get an order placed today.

Would probably be better going for a new one so its the perfect length.

The other question is I have my reverse kit coming tomorrow, do I factor the the reverse sprocket of 1cm thick and remove it that from my prop length?

Thanks

[Edited on 24/11/16 by TheHighlander123]





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CosKev3

posted on 24/11/16 at 08:20 AM Reply With Quote
The front will have a sliding joint built in,so this allows for movement of the drive train and also if your measurements are slightly wrong!

So no need to worry about the reverse sprocket thickness

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TheHighlander123

posted on 24/11/16 at 08:24 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by CosKev3
The front will have a sliding joint built in,so this allows for movement of the drive train and also if your measurements are slightly wrong!

So no need to worry about the reverse sprocket thickness


I measured from sprocket face to sprocket face.

That's handy you can adjust it incase I have got it wrong haha.





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