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    cavitation burns

    Can cavitation burns like below be reapired ? Just looking to use this one for a backup (Yamaha XLT 1200)
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    So Cal
    Yes, it's very common to burn right there along the outside diameter at the center of the blade. We can weld the eroded area, and probably have to weld along the outter diameter, and remachine it. This is what we call the "WORX". Runs $89.00. Gets pitch corrected, refinished, balanced and sharpened.

    Turnaround time is about 2 days right now.
    Keep in mind, we also sell reconditioned OEM impellers for $34.99, based on a core exchange. Since If it's a backup impeller, you might consider sending it in for exchange for a reconditioned one and save a lot of dough.


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