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Old 03-17-2004, 02:37 PM
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Okay I gotta dumb question. I have a cople of nice looking female friends that want to go out on my boat in Clear Lake this weekend. Only problem is that my prop is in the shop. Would it be okay to run the Mercury Spare plastic prop for just one day or am I just asking for a tow?

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i'll sell you this prop, but sorry won't be cheap.. but a great first time boater prop
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Old 03-17-2004, 02:55 PM
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roby, what size do you need. i've got an old pair of 4 blade 28's (regular and xr shaft, both). i might be willing to let you borrow one or both for the day. call me: 713-222-7667

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roby, what size do you need. i've got an old pair of 4 blade 28's (regular and xr shaft, both). i might be willing to let you borrow one or both for the day. call me: 713-222-7667

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Thanks Joe but that's way too much prop for me. I only have a 22' Scarab with a 7.4 310-HP. My normal prop is the Mirage/Accelerator 25P. I beat it up a couple of weeks ago going that Clear Creek channel in low tide. Darin is fixing it up for me but he has a lot of work in front of it.

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Call Huw Pierce, a friend of mine who keeps his 29 at Parkside. He might be willing to do the same. He has a couple around that size: 713-397-9225.

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A 28p would work for a day, wouldn't it? I'd do that before I used a Merc plastic...?
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Your Prop will be ready Friday
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