Propeller Shop Tour

A day at Sensenich Propeller Services.


Props live hard hard lives and that’s one of many reasons why propeller manufacturers recommend routine upkeep and overhauling a prop based on flight time and calendar time. To find out what it takes to correctly overhaul a prop, Kitplanes Magazine contributor Larry Anglisano spent a day on the shop floor at Sensenich Propeller Services in Georgia—one of the oldest propeller shops in the country—and prepared this field report.

To learn more, see our Propeller Buyer’s Guide.

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Larry Anglisano
Larry Anglisano is a regular KITPLANES contributor and the Editor in Chief of sister publication Aviation Consumer magazine. An active land and sea pilot, Larry has over 30 years experience as an avionics tech.


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