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How Not To Repair A Prop

As painful as it is to damage a prop, when it comes to the performance of your boat, it's important that the propeller be perfectly shaped and balanced. We came across this video today that is a perfect example of how not to repair your prop; when it comes to your boat's performance, some things are better left to the professionals.

Keep in mind that modern CNC propellers from both ACME Propellers and OJ Propellers are accurate to 1/1000", that's what makes them run so incredibly smooth. If you think you can anywhere close to that with a hammer, think again!

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