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Pyi Max Prop 3b Classic Removal Instructions




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12532 Beverly Park Rd
Lynnwood WA 98037
Tel 425 3553669
Fax 425 3553661
Email Web Site MaxProp Three Blade Classic
Removal the blades to a feathered position making sure that the rounded of blades are aft as shown in figure 3 of your instruction manual Next
make a mark between the spinner and exposed part of the hub so that any
rotation can be noted and corrected as shown at right If the spinner is rotated
after the blades are detached it will alter the blade angle
Remove the zinc and the 6ea end cap bolts Slide the end cap and off of the spinner as one that the mark made between the spinner and the hub is in
if necessary Clean the grease out around the cone gear and locate the
letters on the aft flat surface of the cone gear Then locate the Y mark it is a
drill mark as pictured to the right and determine which letter on the aft surface
of the cone gear aligns with this mark Write this letter down and designate it
Y In the picture the letter E aligns with the Y mark
Remove the four spinner bolts holding the two spinner halfs together and
remove the two spinner halfs DO NOT REMOVE THE CENTRAL CONE GEAR
Clean the hub and cone gear put a mark between the central cone gear and the central hub
This will give you a reference so that the Central Cone Gear can be re inserted into the
Central hub in the same location if you are unable to locate the X mark
Locate the small punch mark on the central cone gear near its base as the
cone gear enters the central hub As shown to the right This with a letter on the central hub This letter is the X mark
Write this letter down and designate it X It corresponds with the letter
K in the picture below
Remove the central cone gear and confirm that the punch mark and the
groove on the forward face of the cone are indeed in the same place as
shown in the picture below
Remove the pin or pins from the nut and loosen the nut one turn Do not remove the nut so that when
the hub pops off the shaft it will not fall to the ground Place a propeller puller or gear puller onto the
shaft in front of the central hub
Be sure only to pull from outside
the hub as shown below If the
surfaces on the hub are hit or
dinged it can effect of the the puller to remove the hub
from the shaft

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