Sorry I must have hit the send button twice --------------I recently had a prop that over time the edge of the blade had bad cavation burns on the sealing edge along with some sand damage from ridding at the coast in shallow rivers. I desided to replace it. which I did. Now what to do with the old prop? I desided to ship it to Dave at Impros to see if he could repair if . Well I got it back today and it looks better than new. Checked it in my wear ring and it even fits tighter(less prop/wear ring clerance) than the new one. Repair cost was a little less than 1/2 the price of a new prop. So befor you can that old prop due to damage or just because it's burnt bad consider a repair. Dave at Impros does the best work I have seen by far. Tommy Jordan