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    any suggestions on where the best deal is to buy props?

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    need to know type of boat/engine horse power. also how fast you need the prop. i have a yamaha 115 and pick mine up at deweys for right around $100. also ordered a comprop from bass pro,works well until i get the boaat loaded down with fish/meat, have a 22' searunner the prop is now my backup and works well as long as you are not pushing hard.....its composite. also check online at west marine. hope i helped jeff
    comprop was $89

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    If nothing else there is way to much info in these two web sites.
    www.piranha.com , I offer 20% web site price.
    http://www.caravelleboats.com/propeller%20info.htm

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    A 1 Propeller & Impeller Repair, 210 E Potter Dr, Anchorage, AK. Tel: 907-344-7767 They carry solas props and will work with you as you dial in which one fits your needs the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rivrat View Post
    any suggestions on where the best deal is to buy props?
    www.eBay.com
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    I have been using A-1 - and they are very knowledgable and helpful - Just wanting to do some shopping around. You would think you would be able to buy them online at a better price but I havnt found much yet. I will check out the suggested websites except for west marine - they are the last place I go because of expense.

    thanks - I think I want a 13" 12 degree yamaha

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    You might save a few bucks on line, but when you add in shipping, it'll be a wash.

    Another vote for A-1.

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