OH-6 Helicopter Ceiling Fan

OH-6 Cayuse Helicopter Ceiling Fan

One of my favorite pilot jokes goes "how do you know there's a pilot in the room?" to which the punchline is "they'll tell you." It's funny because it carries a lot of truth and you'll find that most of us bitten by the "aviation bug" tend to surround ourselves with our passion.

Common items you might find in a house occupied by someone in love with the skies (other than an understanding significant other) often include mounted propellers, aircraft models, and walls covered in system layouts, aviation achievements, or pictures of aircraft.

About a month ago, I saw something very different; a man had turned his ceiling fan into a helicopter.

After spending a good amount of time gawking, I sent the link over to my brother, Jim, who was also equally impressed. I thought that may have been the end of it but it wasn't.

A few days ago he sent me a photo of all the parts he had purchased to make our own and invited me over. I'm happy to report that as of this afternoon we have made our own and below is a video on how we did it.

Please see the links below the video if you're interested in doing the same and please share the joy. Aviation for all!

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"If something hasn't broken on your helicopter, it's about to." - Army Maintenance Manual
OH-6 Helicopter Ceiling Fan OH-6 Helicopter Ceiling Fan Reviewed by Unknown on March 18, 2017 Rating: 5


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