Propeller Overhauls: Neglect Shortens TBO

And it could be detrimental to safety. A quality overhaul is a complex, multi-step process that gives a propeller a new lease on life.

It’s bound to happen. Your airplane hits the shop for an annual inspection and all seems to be going well until that dreaded call from the mechanic, who says the propeller (or propellers, if it’s a twin) needs to get shipped to a propeller shop for overhaul.  But what exactly happens to that propeller once […]
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