Ok, we had a mishap this morning and aside from the obvious parts damage, blades and flybar, some of the other rotating parts may need replacing too.
I removed the blades and used an allen wrench to turn the feathering shaft and it appears to be ok, the blade grips do not wobble at all. But I did power up the motor slowly and it appears the button on top of the rotor head does not spin true. The main shaft is definitely not bent. My question is does the button on top rotate true to the mainshaft centerline on your machines? (I have a Blade 450) Is it common for the aluminum rotor head to get damaged?
I inspected the tail assembly and it appears ok, it had no ground impact.
My other concern is with the main and autorotation gears, the lower autorotation gear has a slight wobble to it, this may be somewhat normal huh?