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Old 02-08-2018, 04:57 PM   #5
cpgrant
 
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I wonder if there's a reason to use a pusher prop for wind machines, which keep crops from freezing by pulling down warmer air. Can you change the direction of airflow just by mounting the propeller backwards? If these props were commonly used by the Navy I guess that explains why they would end up on wind machines in Southern California.

Is this propeller likely to have any collector value? It's in a barn that I inherited and intend to sell; I'm trying to decide if I should make the effort to move or sell it, or just leave it there for the next owner.
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