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d95gas

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Does any of the "Engineers" out there, have the tech specs; size, thread, etc on the screws for the props?

Looking at a couple of sources that do "tiny screws" and it might be useful to have some additional spares, rather than having to purchase a full set of props from Parrot, just to get the screws.

Thanks
 

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I hope someone is able to provide that info. I think what you are planning is a great idea!
 

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I never had to change one of the screws until now and bought one propeller replacement set with 12 screws.
I think they will be enough for a long time, perhaps for Anafi's lifetime.
So buy one propeller set and you are on the safe side.
You don't need a mass production of these screws.
 

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Does any of the "Engineers" out there, have the tech specs; size, thread, etc on the screws for the props?

Looking at a couple of sources that do "tiny screws" and it might be useful to have some additional spares, rather than having to purchase a full set of props from Parrot, just to get the screws.

Thanks

You can easily screw one out and measure it up. But I doubt you can find a screw at an external dealer as it's too special.

Keep a towel or jacket under your Anafi when you change the blades, you will not lose any screws. If you over-tighten a screw, it's probably the thread in the engine that takes damage so be careful.

Good luck, regards Leif.
 

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Thanks guys..... didn't realise you got so many screws with the OFFICIAL spare props. At £14 that makes it a better deal and saves the hassle, and possibly danger of using an aftermarket screw with a slightly different thread/pitch.

I shall follow that recommendation.

Cheers
 

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