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Old 01 April 2006, 13:10   #1
Country: Ireland
Town: Dublin & Enniscrone
Boat name: K'adó
Make: Redbay
Length: 7m +
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Propellor make up

Hi guys

I have a standard Yamaha prop stuck on a V6 2oo hp two stroke.. Seems to be stainless steel painted black.

Does anyone know the makeup of these props?

Is there any chrome or nickle in them?

What type of stainess steel is in them?


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Old 01 April 2006, 13:12   #2
Country: UK - Scotland
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There has to be chromium to make it stainless.

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Old 02 April 2006, 13:30   #3
Country: UK - England
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yer we have got one of thows on are yammi. it is the cheapist prop yam do thay just stick it on if you asked to come with a s/s prop when you order it. it seems to be a very cheap s/s cos are has gone rusty in places on ares.

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