- Pictures of prop repairs
- How prop repairs are done
- Boat prop repair prices
- Boat prop damage fixed
If you have ever wondered what it
takes to fix a damaged prop we have a series of pictures that shows the process
better than words. With the cost of propellers going higher every year, repair is
becoming more of desirable option if at all possible. Two weeks ago we published
an article explaining how to determine if your props could be repaired. This week
we will show you exactly how it is done.
You are looking at a prop
that is damaged from a rock in a river. Believe it or not this prop can be put
back into top condition.
This picture shows where the blades were straightened out.
Now the prop has been put back into the correct rake.
This picture shows the prop being returned to the correct pitch.
Weld material is added to each
blade, in order to bring the prop back to its original diameter.
This prop has been ground
down after the blades were welded.
The next procedure is to size
and balance all the blades on the prop.
Next the prop is painted and buffed.
The last step is the prop
is painted and ready for action.
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