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Aluminum boat prop repair.

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  • Aluminum boat prop repair.

    I have done lots of these in the last 35 years but never took any pics. I worked in a marina this summer and met some "future" clients who needed props done and they said they would call when the boats came out for the winter. Well one called and here are a few pics. It was an easy fix with not much damage on the edge (but i didn't get a pic of the bad area). I layed it on a steel plate and built it up with my Miller spool gun and .030 4043 alum wire then polished it off with a flap wheel. Ready for the next one...Bob
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    Nice work as usuall Bob. Keep it up.Wayne

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