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Tennessee Propellers Wikipedia
Tennessee Propellers, Inc, founded in 1981, is an American manufacturer of wooden propellers for homebuilt and ultralight aircraft. The company headquarters is located in Rising Fawn, Georgia.
The company makes two-bladed propellers from maple laminates in diameters up to 72 in (1.83 m) for engines up to 100 hp (75 kW). The company is also the distributor for parts for the discontinued Japanese Zenoah G-25 and G-50 line of aircraft engines. In the early 2000s they also produced their own powered parachute design, the Scout, but the aircraft is now out of production.