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Rivernut

Prop question

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Anyone know of a good place, in the metro area, to have my prop looked at and either repaired or replaced. Its pretty dinged up. 25 hp Merc. Thanks

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I'm interested in a repair place as well. I just picked up a decent replacement on eBay for a good price, but I'm planning on getting the dinged up one repaired.

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Send it to Jay and it will get done at a great price. Make sure you tel him he heard about him on FM.

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I'm asuming Jay is at Soderholm. Will do, I definitely want to give my business to FM sponser's or member's first. Thanks for the info.

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Thanks for the link harvey, the price looks very reasonable for my prop repair. Giving a FM sponser some business is a bonus.

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I have used soderbloom's in the past, and let me say, inexpensive, quality work, and fast. Tough to beat. All of my friends and neighbors now send there props up there for repair.

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I plan on sending both of mine to Jay this winter. Tough year, banged up my primary and spare.

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I just has mine done up in Forest Lake. It's a shop off of Hwy 61 and hwy 8. Was only $50 and looks like a brand new prop. Done in like 2 days as well. Might be worth a look if you don't want to ship it around. But I've heard real good things about the guy these folks are talking about as well.

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