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    my prop got in a fight with a rock,,guess who one!

    i hit shallow water today at Lake Jordan. i had to hobble back over a mile, that was a long ride at 1 mph. i orederd a prop removal tool and new wear ring.
    thsi prop was 325 is there anywhere i can send it for repair? i really hate to loose it !Click image for larger version. 

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    I have had good luck with Impros in SoCal.

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    Www.impros.com They provide great service

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    i will send it off to impros tomorrow. i have another question i have the stage one kit on my boat.What size wear ring do i need, there are several ones listed for a 05 rxp?

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    Several ones to choose?? I have the stainless one going on something like 250hrs. You'll read various pros and cons debating the OEM vs stainless.

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    i mean the thickness..there are some that are 140mm some that are 157mm....thats what i mean.

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    i am looking at sppeedfreeks are they good to do business with. i mean as far as prop repair.

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    yes speedfreeks does great work and erik is great to deal with. I highly recommend speedfreeks for prop repair and you'll need a 159mm wear ring, I suggest an oem ring.

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    Yes "Speedfreeks" is a good guy too. I've dealt with both Erik and impros, they are each great "family owned" companies to deal with, so call and chat with either or just flip a coin basically

    Edit: i haven't had any regrets owning the stainless wear ring, and my personal outlook on it is if you're gonna possibly suck rocks (i ride in the desert) and require an impeller rebuild, why not at least have a wear ring that'll live through it. Just be careful not to suck rocks on a regular basis I've only done it once with my stainless.

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    i went with impros. it cost a 190. that was reapairing, repitching and refinishing the prop, a new wear ring and shipping. it looks like new...great job inmpros! i would say great company serving a great need.

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