Originally Posted by Dan Worth
we don't have any local dealers, and the local boatyard wouldn't lend any props (helpful)....
Not that unusual. Most businesses shy away from having a bunch of loaner inventory on hand, even if it does help in the decision making process of purchasing.
I know I have no shops nearby which do loaner props for testing. Wish I did though.
General consensus here is that the prop as detailed should be okay?
I think the general consensus was that you can't really tell until a) the prop works as it's supposed to, and b) you get an rpm reading.
But it does sound to me like it should be close, at least.