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mgb1974

1235 Acme Prop Salvageable?

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mgb1974

I have a 1235 Acme prop that took a spin on some sand/dirt at Norris Lake last year. 

Its been sitting in my garage for a year. 

You guys think its repairable from what you have seen that has been repaired?

 

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ahopkinsVTX

That can for sure be repaired. I’ve seen much worse be fixed. Acme in Michigan is good but I’m sure you have a local shop that can do it too. 

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blk93jeepzj

I would think that that would be repairable, looks like they will have to add some material to it.  

Maybe reach out to ACME and send them the pictures to get their opinion too.  [email protected]

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COOP

Repairable. Wont be cheap, but not as much as a new one. Im would guess my prop guy would do it for around $250-350. Probably have to weld a bit on it.

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oldjeep

I paid 160 to repair one worse than tgat a couple years ago.  Http://www.propmd.com

 

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Brodie

That's an easy repair, IMO

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gahvey

Very easy repair - Prop MD in Plymouth MN fixed my beat to crap prop like it was new.

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sim6784-ride

Since you are in Cincy, take it out to Delta Propellers in Cleves and let them look at it.  They come highly recommended.

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coldwater-echelon

Delta Prop does good work, they have repaired one or two for me. 

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HPetit

Run it in sand again. It'll buff right out. 

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mgb1974
6 hours ago, sim6784-ride said:

Since you are in Cincy, take it out to Delta Propellers in Cleves and let them look at it.  They come highly recommended.

Thanks they are right up the street from my house. I’ll check them out.

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