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Hi all
a buddy of mine took his boat out to a inland lake and found a nice (large) rock!
didn't bend or chip the skag, no it took all but a tiny bit right off his bravo3. where is a good place to go to get this repaired? also suggestions on a good prop shop to straighten the inter prop.
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That was the first thing I told him, but he said the little bit left is only about the size of a dime, so this wouldn't work.
After he discribed what the damage is I don't think it was a rock.
the way the skag broke and it only bent one blade of the inter prop, I think a underwater log or something got in between the prop and skag.
What ever happend' he is looking to fix the prop for now, and the skag later on.
thanks for trying.
 

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QUOTE(F350 @ Jul 30 2009, 12:51 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>That was the first thing I told him, but he said the little bit left is only about the size of a dime, so this wouldn't work.
After he discribed what the damage is I don't think it was a rock.
the way the skag broke and it only bent one blade of the inter prop, I think a underwater log or something got in between the prop and skag.
What ever happend' he is looking to fix the prop for now, and the skag later on.
thanks for trying.

If that's the case then the 2 places I am familiar with are Johnny's in Detroit and Henry Smith in Algonac.

Matt
 
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