- O-200 with very low hours 80ish had prop strike but supposed to have no Crank damage. 4,000$
Re: O-200 with very low hours 80ish had prop strike but supposed to have no Crank damage. 4,000$
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Continental crankshafts are tempered harder than Lycoming crankshafts. They are less likely to deform in a prop strike when compared to that of a Lycoming crankshaft. There is a familiar saying that Lycoming crankshafts tend to bend, Continental crankshafts tend to break. Either engine type needs to be broken down and inspected.
On Jul 6, 2021, at 4:17 AM, Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:
It's not just the crankshaft flange runout that requires inspection after a prop strike. Per Continental the engine should be torn down and properly inspected.
Brain I would be interested in the O-200. Please PM me at 251 three 77 five two one six.
I would never ask for a finders fee for helping someone sell their plane or project.
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Wanted to see if I could get a little finder's fee for this 0-200. Guy is clearing out his hanger and said his 0-200 has around 80 original hours had a propstrike from a ground loop when he was learning to fly a tailwheel. Says that the Crank was dialed and looks fine. Is asking 4,000. I think that's probably a pretty good deal if everything checks out. Located in Indiana. The guy lives in Florida and while this engine could be low hours as he said seems a 80ish original hours engine is pretty unheard of. He could be trying to pass off a high time airboat motor? If due diligence is conducted could be a deal though.
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