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Rayburn prop collision location #14584769 01/03/23 10:01 PM
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Figured I'd share the location of where I popped 4 inches off my prop this weekend. No other issues and looked like it was cut nice and perfect but here are the coordinates [Linked Image]

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Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: BrockstaRama] #14584930 01/04/23 12:59 AM
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Good looking out for those who run this lake

Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: BrockstaRama] #14585065 01/04/23 02:27 AM
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48 fow?
What was it


Woke up this morning
Got yourself a gun....
Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: BrockstaRama] #14585181 01/04/23 03:56 AM
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I’ve slung a blade or two at WFOT where I’m sure there was no impact at the time. Just mid 70s to shaking like a locked up addict. Not saying you didn’t hit something, just saying it’s possible.

Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: Walls] #14585987 01/04/23 10:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Walls
I’ve slung a blade or two at WFOT where I’m sure there was no impact at the time. Just mid 70s to shaking like a locked up addict. Not saying you didn’t hit something, just saying it’s possible.


I have experienced the missing blade vibration. Slung a blade clean off a M series prop it looked like a casting failure as there was no damage to the prop other wise.

Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: BrockstaRama] #14585996 01/04/23 11:13 PM
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I didnt look up the coordinates but there are little patches or singles all over that lake.

Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: outfishdya] #14587891 01/06/23 04:27 PM
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Originally Posted by outfishdya
48 fow?
What was it

Probably a random tree


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Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: Walls] #14587896 01/06/23 04:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Walls
I’ve slung a blade or two at WFOT where I’m sure there was no impact at the time. Just mid 70s to shaking like a locked up addict. Not saying you didn’t hit something, just saying it’s possible.

I've never heard of that. Interesting. Lookin at the prop I could believe it. Nothing wrong except that 4 inches cut clean off


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Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: avid_basser] #14587897 01/06/23 04:30 PM
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Originally Posted by avid_basser
Good looking out for those who run this lake

No prob. May help someone


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Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: BrockstaRama] #14587914 01/06/23 04:39 PM
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I have slung partial and whole ears off of a few props, it happens


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Re: Rayburn prop collision location [Re: BrockstaRama] #14588026 01/06/23 05:53 PM
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Originally Posted by BrockstaRama
Originally Posted by Walls
I’ve slung a blade or two at WFOT where I’m sure there was no impact at the time. Just mid 70s to shaking like a locked up addict. Not saying you didn’t hit something, just saying it’s possible.

I've never heard of that. Interesting. Lookin at the prop I could believe it. Nothing wrong except that 4 inches cut clean off


Last year about this time I was running N in front of Veach where I know there are no trees. Slung about the same amount of blade as you off of a Yamaha T1. I know there was no impact because the 4-5 inches of blade was lodged in the lower unit skirt right where it meets the cowling and the machined edges were flawless. Mind you, this is a T-1 that had a little extra cup added and been blueprinted by Josh at Steve's Props. It hurt.
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