Big Blade Prop

Discussion in 'Mud Motors' started by GK1, Aug 18, 2017.

  1. GK1

    GK1 Elite Refuge Member

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    Need a new one. Anybody have a good source at a good price? Go through at least one a year. Local dealer has them so not a huge deal but price is 250 plus tax. Any ideas or better options?
     
  2. Olefart

    Olefart Senior Refuge Member

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    If your motor can pull it the Hammer prop seems to hold up better, I've been running one for three yrs. in a very sandy shallow river. Blades are thicker and alloy seems to be tougher. Although they are more expensive. Been hearing good things about Hill mud motor props, at least for performance. Price is better.
     
  3. Glades Ranger

    Glades Ranger Elite Refuge Member

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    My last longtail, an MB 27, I bought a Ron Hill prop on ebay for much less than other mfg's. It had almost no wear after several seasons. I think they are good quality, so I reckon the surface drive props should be similarly reliable and a big $ savings.
     
  4. lab1

    lab1 Elite Refuge Member

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    I have a couple threaded ones for sale in good condition
     

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