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Old 05-13-2005, 12:07 AM
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Ck this out . A friend of mine has some Bravo 1 labed 30 pitch props off a F2 boat that he is loaning to me .He had loaned to someone else to try and they loaned it out to someone else also. He went to pick them up and found they where nicked ,sandblasted , scratched and missing the hubs and boxes.looks like someone has even been grinding on it. He wasn't very happy .You would think if ya borrowed something that they would take care of if and if they messed it up they would tell ya. Another thing I hate is when you loan something to some one you have to ask for it back because he wasn't planing on returning it

I have them now Maybe I can finish them off

Anybody need any dredging done
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When I borrow stuff I like returning it in better condition than I received it .I cleaned them up some Hope he doesn't mind

Maybe they will pick me up a few MPH

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Rob, give me their name and adress, i will have some texas boys tighten them up
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I think its called KARMA! You borrow something, you break it you pay for it. Its pretty hard to peel labbed props out of someones hands, so when someone is nice enough to trust you with them, I would imagine you should treat them as if they were your own kids.
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They funny thing is he offered to loan me some 6 blade Herrings He must trust me pretty good . I said He ll no. I Figured I could not aford them so why try them.I bet UPS would not like insuring them either.

Knowing my luck this would happen
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OUCH! That would ruin anyones day at the lake!
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OUCH! That would ruin anyones day at the lake!

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I'd be kickin some a$$
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I know the friend you are talking about, I agree he would help anyone, he gave me great advice as well!!..It's exactly reasons like you stated that lots of us don't go out of our way anymore...
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The "hub" area really came out nice, how did you do that??? Sandblast??
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