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Prop guards and cracks

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by DaleM, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. DaleM

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    I'm wondering the ratio of cracks
    With phantoms using Prop guards
    And those without Prop guards?
    I would think there would be more phantoms developing cracks by using prop gauards. The twisting and torquing of the guards has to transfer down to the arms and motor mounting holes.
    Dale
     
  2. mikeCtv

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    You may be right. I have them but I won't install them unless I know I will be flying a job near trees other than that you know you should not fly this near people so you should not need prop guards when you think about it.