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Shamu

Prop repair?

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Is there any one in the twin citys that does alum. prop repairs?

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Many on the site have spoken highly of Soderbloom's. I have a prop waiting to ship into them for repair myself. Here's the page for prop repair - Prop Repair

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Formula Propellor in Brooklyn Park does good work, but it's not really in your neck of the woods.

You're in Eagan, if I remember correctly. I'm sure someone will chime in with a closer location. If you want to ship, Soderbloom's is probably a good choice.

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Marks Prop Shop. In Shoreview I believe.

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Shamu, Soderblooms will fix and ship back out to you in very short order. I could not believe how fast they repaired mine, how inexpensive it was and how fast it was shipped back.

This is really a great shop.

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You can do a search for this. It's been posted a lot this year already. I use Lances up in Forest Lake. Kind of a little drive for you but he does great work.

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Thanks for all the information guys. That will work. Now I can get my spare prop repaired from last years mishap up on the rainy river. Thanks a bunch. You guys are great. laughlaughlaughcool

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Another option is Propulsion in Hudson, WI. They have repaired several propellers for me over the years and do all types - alum, ss, and bronze props. On the larger bronze props they have some technology that no other prop shops in the midwest have including computerized scanning and dynamic balancing. Turnover time has been very quick. Good luck Shamu hope this helps!

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Are they sponsors Danimal? If not, I would edit your posts cause you can't put numbers and websites up on here. Just a word of caution.

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