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Old 17 March 2006, 13:58   #21
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It's too near the axis of rotation to be a balance weight.
Once it's in the water you'll hopefully forget all about it. Get the prop bag on quick, before you spot something else

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Old 17 March 2006, 16:25   #22
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Originally Posted by jyasaki
My guess would be that it is a block for a locking star type washer
I would concure with jyasaki, although I would have thought there would have been 1 the other side to balance it.

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