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Prop #13432974 02/09/20 09:00 PM
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Have an older ‘91 mariner engine with a prop that had the hub spun. Anyone know where I can send it to get it fixed pretty quickly?

Or should I just buy a new prop?

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Re: Prop [Re: RJF1423] #13433062 02/09/20 10:55 PM
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Where are you located? Is there a bass pro or outboard shop nearby? Do you know if your hub is pressed in or just one you can do using a hammer? I don't have a lot of experience with em but they do sell replacement hubs online if its one you can do yourself. Good luck!


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Re: Prop [Re: RJF1423] #13433189 02/10/20 12:15 AM
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B & B Propeller in Ft Worth is who I used many years ago when I had a prop with a pressed in hub if you choose to have it repaired instead of a newer style prop.

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