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Thread: Prop protection

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    Registered RedDog382's Avatar
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    Re: Prop protection

    Quote Originally Posted by 375stinger
    Thanks 357stinger,

    Good find there! This is what I'm looking for.

    Has anyone used these for trailering?

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    Re: Prop protection

    Quote Originally Posted by RedDog382

    You doing the fireworks downtown next Tuesday? I'm working V's ED until 6 PM and then going to see if I can scrounge some beers.

    Not sure what is up on my end.

    I am taking that Monday off I think.

    Tizbad has my boat checking on a drive issue I had last week. My drives are too big to pull by myself and the swim deck makes a hoist useless.

    Might have my boat back, might not. Am definately shooting to be back in the water for the ORYC regatta the weekend after the 4th. Have a dock there this year.

    I am always up for beer scrounging... but to be honest I have avoided the fireworks by boat for many years because of the level of seamanship that you get out there during fireworks. Stuff like 8 boats rafted off of one anchor and they SWEAR that they aren't loose and drifting into your boat that is secured alone with two anchors out.

    If you are on day shift... give me a call sometime. I am up in the ACC suite 307. 1-8900. Seems like I owe you somewhere around 10 beers.

    I still think that you should put smilies on your prop covers. Just like the old VW Bus spare tire covers. Very hip.

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    Re: Prop protection

    Prop sox West Marine.
    Last edited by Hydro; 08-27-2008 at 09:49 PM.

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    Re: Prop protection carries the "Prop Bag" and Kevin Schulte, the owner is a long time OSO member. Keep the $ in the family.

    Also; is what I have on my boat. West Marine carries the Prop Gear line. They usually have red and black in stock. They have reflective lettering/design on the back for better night visibility and a hard disk inside the casing.

    I had a set of Prop Gear's covers modified for myself and Docmanrich37. They turned out as pictured in this thread:

    Merc Prop covers
    Last edited by Sydwayz; 06-28-2006 at 10:57 AM.

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    Re: Prop protection

    we gave about 100 or more of the ones like cabela's has (with out the straps) at the OSO party two years ago, anyone get those

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    Re: Prop protection

    Quote Originally Posted by fund razor
    level of seamanship that you get out there during fireworks.
    It's just not worth the aggrevation sometimes....I don't care for the big weekends myself.

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