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DFW Prop shops #13973357 04/25/21 08:02 PM
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Anyone have a preference between McGills or James propeller? My 25T1 is tore up again.



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Re: DFW Prop shops [Re: Chris B] #13973397 04/25/21 08:52 PM
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Neither,
Take it to Steve’s Prop Shop in Quitman

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I’ve never had any problems with McGills x4.

Re: DFW Prop shops [Re: meP2too] #13973415 04/25/21 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by meP2too
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Take it to Steve’s Prop Shop in Quitman

I'm sure they are great but that is 8 hours total of driving dropping it off and picking it up. I can hit a local shop while working. And I'm not trying to squeeze 1.73489mph more out of it.



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Re: DFW Prop shops [Re: Chris B] #13973539 04/25/21 10:41 PM
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McGills IMO does nice work

Re: DFW Prop shops [Re: Chris B] #13973603 04/25/21 11:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Chris B
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Neither,
Take it to Steve’s Prop Shop in Quitman

I'm sure they are great but that is 8 hours total of driving dropping it off and picking it up. I can hit a local shop while working. And I'm not trying to squeeze 1.73489mph more out of it.



It's 4 hours each way to Quitman from Prosper?


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Re: DFW Prop shops [Re: Douglas J] #13973617 04/25/21 11:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Douglas J
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Neither,
Take it to Steve’s Prop Shop in Quitman

I'm sure they are great but that is 8 hours total of driving dropping it off and picking it up. I can hit a local shop while working. And I'm not trying to squeeze 1.73489mph more out of it.



It's 4 hours each way to Quitman from Prosper?

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James B did mine after I tore up my lower unit. No problems.

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McGills does a good job .

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B&B propeller gets my vote.




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Originally Posted by Douglas J
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Neither,
Take it to Steve’s Prop Shop in Quitman

I'm sure they are great but that is 8 hours total of driving dropping it off and picking it up. I can hit a local shop while working. And I'm not trying to squeeze 1.73489mph more out of it.



It's 4 hours each way to Quitman from Prosper?

I think it's 2 hours to drop it off, 2 hours home. 2 hours to pick it up and 2 hours back to the house.


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I’d ship it to Steves


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Re: DFW Prop shops [Re: Chris B] #13974212 04/26/21 03:05 PM
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I've had B&B do work for me multiple times in the past. But I live further away from the now and would have no prob shipping it to steve's to have it reworked.


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