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Old 27 April 2009, 05:07   #11
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and it is coming in at 800 for a new one.
and you have two of them!!! There's lads on here buying whole RIBS for that kinda folding. Yikes!
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Old 27 April 2009, 06:43   #12
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thank you for all that help. dont think i will get it repaired, looks abit gone for that.
had a chat with redbay and it is coming in at 800 for a new one.
will try the Keil services.
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Never in this wide world should you be paying 800 for a prop. Get yourself on ebay, and save yourself some beer tokens.
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Old 27 April 2009, 07:57   #13
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hey
ye it is alot of sheets. trying to find a good second hand one. cheapest new so far is 739. could have got a 300 pound one but it is the wrong rotation!
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Old 01 May 2009, 22:22   #14
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'Kin hell the props for the company's Nelson 42 only cost about 600 quid I think
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Old 02 May 2009, 04:38   #15
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Never in this wide world should you be paying 800 for a prop. Get yourself on ebay, and save yourself some beer tokens.
You took the thought right out my head,lots of props there,i'm alway looking..must say though I've been looking for a specific prop for a year and nothing...so it's a case of weighing up the convinience of buying over the counter or waiting a bit...
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Old 05 August 2011, 08:22   #16
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We have exactly the same prop and some cracks are starting to appear. Getting worried.

Looks like a Mercury V6 or sterndrive prop will fit so have a pair on standby.
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Kinell! 800 for a prop
try these


I've just sent mine off for repair, apparently they're miracle workers
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