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Old 01-31-2002, 03:20 PM
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I want to get a prop repitched and cleaned up. Preferably in MD. or N.Va.
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Dave,
If it is just a good stainless prop and not ultra hi-performance I would say Miller Island prop shop up in Edgemere,(just outside of Balt. near Sparrows Point). If is something special try Murphy's in Virginia Beach. Good luck.
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hi dave my friend that races the 30 superboat
uses murphy props,iam having hin lab finish my brovo 3 prop's for my new boat
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Thanks guys,

I have heard of Murphy's. I think I will give them a try.
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hullspropelerservce.com Mike will fit the prop to the boat he found me 4mph Tell him Tom sent ya from fort myers
 
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Dave, Murphy's does a great job and they are usually at the DC show if you are going {Convention Center} Good luck.
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Curtis Propellor in Marlow Heights is pretty good too.

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I would try Murphys, Curtis Propellor in Marlow Heights, or Wells Propellor in Indian Head. Chic at Wells Propellor is a good guy.

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Try Murphy's Prop Shop on Azalea Garden Road in Norfolk, VA. We use them for all our customers including our numerous racers.

Tell'em Doug sent you!

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Some of the folks mention "Curtis". Took both my props to him last year for his version of "labbing". Saw no gain in performance. Did see less vibration when coming out of the hole.
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