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Damaged Prop Market? #13791870 12/02/20 03:35 PM
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Is there any market for damaged props? I have one 27P with a folded over blade and another 25P that has all three blades dinged from rocks.
Just wondering whether they are worth anything at all?


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Re: Damaged Prop Market? [Re: RCarter] #13791943 12/02/20 04:25 PM
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Not sure if their worth much in the marine world, but I'd call your local Metal Recycle facility and see what they give you.


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Re: Damaged Prop Market? [Re: RCarter] #13791993 12/02/20 04:47 PM
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Why not repair them? I am running the same prop that came on my 1996 model. Just had it re-worked again. $200 +- is the normal cost according to the damage and welding required. ?? Just wondering.

Re: Damaged Prop Market? [Re: RCarter] #13791995 12/02/20 04:49 PM
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Any reputable prop shop can repair and refinish them.

Re: Damaged Prop Market? [Re: RCarter] #13792062 12/02/20 05:36 PM
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Had prop shop tell me that they would not warrant the one with the bent blade and would not polish the other....only satin finish


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Re: Damaged Prop Market? [Re: RCarter] #13792093 12/02/20 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by RCarter
Had prop shop tell me that they would not warrant the one with the bent blade and would not polish the other....only satin finish


Polished finish is just for looks.

Re: Damaged Prop Market? [Re: RCarter] #13792288 12/02/20 08:44 PM
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Magill's in Lewisville can fix them. They do good work


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Re: Damaged Prop Market? [Re: RCarter] #13795428 12/05/20 06:45 PM
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McGills Propeller in Lewisville can fix any damage on any prop, so yes.....Iā€™d say they still have value.


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