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Factory New Aeromatic Propellers



For all firm orders (with deposit) the price for a F200 prop is $5350.00, more prices see below:


Description Price
Deposit (reqired) $1000
F200 Flange shaft $5350
220 Spline shaft $6750 and up ¹
Shipping Crate (refund possible²) $100


The price of a pair of blades for the F200 is $3,500 and for the 220 is $3,700. I will install the blades free on your hub if your hub needs no disassembly and or parts. This means that I will remove the old blades, install new blades, set the angles, balance the propeller and fill it with oil.
If your hub comes to me disassembled or needs to be disassembled and reassembled then there will be extra costs. There will be labor cost and perhaps parts cost. The average cost for labor to disassemble and reassemble the hub, set the angles, balance and fill with oil has proven to usually be between 4 and 8 hours at shop rate of $95 per hour.
Also, it is impossible to give you a firm price quote on a propeller that I have not inspected.
It has proven to be extremely rare that a hub comes in for new blades that needs no disassembly and or parts.

¹ The price for 220 props will very depending on what kind of a deal I can cut for hubs.
I have run out of some parts needed to make up complete 220 hubs. Until I can manufacture them myself you will have to supply a complete hub. The parts I don't have are the flanges which is the part the blades screws into, certain special shims, the hub nut and front cones to mount the prop on Warner engines.

² I'll refund the $100 if you return the box prepaid.

Shipping Information

Shipping charges are extra and depend on your location.

The UPS Cats told me to ship the props via air because they get less handling and less chance of being smashed. Well, they speak with forked tongue. They manage to smash them no matter which way I ship them. So, I am switching back to wood boxes for shipment. The UPS manages to break about every 10th shipment. They also smash the wood boxes. In a recent shipment of a 220 prop they had to stand it on one end and give it a push. Well, I reckon when they did that the other end hit something before the box fell flat to the floor. As a result the whole bottom of the box was ripped out of the sides and the prop could be seen still bolted to the floor of the box and the screws were ripped out along both sides.

Ship Your Aeromatic Propeller to:

    Tarver Propellers, LLC
    1500 Rio Vista Dr. Hangar C-4
    Fallon, NV. 89406

    PHONE - (775) 423-0378

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