Aftermarket propellers?

I am building a vacuform kit- Rareplanes Curtis XFM-1. The kit is
fine except for the props- a common problem with vacuform. It would
take a LOT of careful work to make the kit props work.
Does anyone make aftermarket propellers? I went to Squadron's online
catalog and could fine nothing.
Specifically I need a three-blader of about 750-1000 horsepower, with
NO streamlined spinner. The closest appropriate would be one for a
P-36 or something similar, but I sure do not want to buy two P-36 kits
just to get the props.
Yeah, I know I need pusher props, but I have no problem with cutting
off the small spinner/governer housing and flipping that with the
mounting pin.
Reply to
Don Stauffer in Minnesota
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Don:
Do a search for Aeroclub. They have all sorts of cast accessories.
~Rick Fluke
Reply to
unamodeler
Hannant's carries Aeroclub, & they may make those specific props.
Reply to
frank

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