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Yukon Don

Hi Guys,

I need to have my aluminum prop repaired. I live in the Coon Rapids area. Where do you recommend having it fixed? If I can't have it fixed, where do you recommend buying a new one? Prop is for an Alpha 1 Mercruiser 19 degree pitch.

Thanks in advance for information.

Yukon Don

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DinkADunk

Jay Soderbloom

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sparkyaber

I second soderbloom! Send it off, and have it back in about a week! They also have deals all of the time on props. My friend needed a prop repaired, and they told him to wait a few weeks (if he could do without, which he could, since there was still ice on the lakes) for a sale that was coming up, and he got his prop fixed and a spare for just over a C-note. I had a stainless steel fixed, and it came back just like new.

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Northlander

For sure Jay Soderbloom. Just do a search on Soderbloom.

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westrush

Mikes prop shop in forest lake very nice work

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NAGORSKI

Marks has moved to Stacy and is call Marks specialty welding now. He does a great job for our mold shop.

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Yukon Don

Hi Guys,

Thanks for the replys. I did a search for Soderbloom but came up empty. How do i get a hold of this guy? Where is he located, name of business, etc?

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IFallsRon

I've had good service from Precision Propeller in St. Joseph, just west of St. Cloud.

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fishwidow

(218) 644 3392 Soderbloom Manufacturing (Contact Us Please). Just east of Cromwell. Good service and good pricing.

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John Alan

Is there any place near Prior Lake, MN?

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Willy

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Is there any place near Prior Lake, MN?


Ron Seurer Custom Welding and Prop Repair. It is located in New Prague. Nice guy and does good work.

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