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#10820548 - 05/05/15 03:03 PM Aluminum props??
reeltexan Online   happy
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Registered: 03/03/06
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Loc: Ovilla, TEXAS

Admittedly, I'm old school.
But the conventional wisdom always was that if you run in stumps, sticks, rocks and other nasty stuff - you run a stainless prop.

Now I see a prop / outboard guy on a show the other day saying - No, in that stuff you run an aluminum, so that when you hit something it breaks the prop and doesn't damage the lower unit.

I once broke TWO of those things in one day on Lake O th' Pines, swearing I'd never run another aluminum prop. And I haven't.

Have things changed?
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#10820597 - 05/05/15 03:17 PM Re: Aluminum props?? [Re: reeltexan]
Pat Goff Online   content
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Aluminum is good for beer cans.
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