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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Tim Ellis

Aluminum prop repair

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Tim Ellis

i tried finding the old link but could not. Any suggestions on where to get a prop repaired? Someone once had a place you could ship them to and get them repaired very resonably but up here in St Cloud they are charging $60-$65 to repair and i am being told this is too expensive.

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Dragonsm

I just got my prop back from Jay Soderbloom. I can give him two thumbs up.

Jay is located in Cromwell, and really knows his stuff. (Reasonable too)

if you do a search for Soderblooms you will find his website otherwise his # is 218-644-3392

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bigdog

Had mine done at precision prop in St Joe for $40 last fall. Price depends on the amount of damage.

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marine_man

I've heard good reports from Soderbloom's, plus they're a sponsor and help keep this free for us!

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Tim Ellis

Thanks Guys. I just called Soderblooms and they are outstanding, great pricing, etc. I'm sending mine off tomorrow.

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Northlander

Great Choice. Jay is a stand up guy and does good work at a honest price. He is a sponsor here and I get all my aluminum work done by him. He has all kinds of goodies on his site besides props, docks and icehouses.

Check Jay out at www.soderbloom.com

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