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Old 14 July 2013, 15:56   #1
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Hi very low tide today caught me out and I have hit my prop at low speed, took out a chunk and got vibration at certain revs so need to replace, any recommendations where to buy a new aluminium prop for Suzuki DF90A,
Portmouth area or Internet? how much ?
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Old 14 July 2013, 16:12   #2
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I used Streamline Props in Aldershot when I dinged mine, 36 + VAT and it came back looking like new.
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I sent the prop to streamline, they did it in a day and returned the next day,
great Job, well packed and good price thanks for the recommendations.
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Just wondering how the paint on your prop is holding up? This summer it has started to come off mine. It's been about 8 months since its referb
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Old 19 August 2013, 12:11   #8
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I have only run about 20 hrs since refurbished prop and leading edge of prop showing metal through the black paint, not surprised really water is abrasive, balance was first class though.
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