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Old 08-15-2007, 12:17 AM
Stan J mikush Stan J mikush is offline
 
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Default Prop blades on bf109G and later models

I hope I put this in the right place. I have many book on the the 109 and non seem to touch on this subject. I have also searched the internet but have yet to get a satisfactory answer. I have seen pics of crashed G and later 109 with both bent and broken off (splintered) props upon impact. The bent props are steel but the broken ones look to be wooden. I though only very early 2 blade 109's used a wooden prop. My question is did 109G and latter verions also use a wooden 3 blade prop. If so how do you tell the difference?
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