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deltawake 12-04-2006 8:43 AM

Can anyone recommend a prop repair service in the Delta/ Bay area. I can take it to my dealer, but is there any saving by skipping the middleman?

bvdievent 12-04-2006 9:06 AM

I got mine fixed thru the old ski world, now NorCal Mastercraft of Pleaston. They ship it out to RTK Propeller Technologies LLC in San Ramon. They did a great job on a repair/repitch and had a great price. I think I paid 120 for a repair and repitch. <BR> <BR>RTK Propeller Technologies LLC <BR>536 Lewelling Blvd-Bldg I <BR>San Leandro, CA 94579 <BR> <BR>(510) 357-3480

keith2002 12-04-2006 9:42 AM

Kevin's Prop Shop in Antioch.

deltaboarder 12-04-2006 11:25 AM

Discovery bay chandlery at the marina, it is run by the same people that own (or used to) the marine place at 4 and Bixler. They charged me 50 or 100 to fix our prop and true it as good as new. Mine is brass, im not sure about a stainless prop

boarditup 12-04-2006 2:40 PM

Holland Propleller in Holland, MI. A bit more expensive, but they have the good scanning technology and have the artistry to get it right. Most of the go-fast boat drivers use them as well.

DRA 12-04-2006 3:33 PM

Prop-R-Repair Located at Russo's Marina on Bethel Island. Dave does great work and is probably the cheapest around. Under $100 to have a prop repaired. Kevin's Prop shop is also a great shop and does awsome work.

bftskir 12-05-2006 2:42 PM

There is also <a href="http://www.wilmingtonprop.com" target="_blank">www.wilmingtonprop.com</a> <BR>They are very good just ship it down there.

DRA 12-05-2006 3:39 PM

Support your local shops.

breakz77 12-05-2006 4:41 PM

I'll second Kevins Prop Shop in Antioch

ejojprop 12-06-2006 3:54 AM

Kevin's, 800-780-7767, is the place to go in your area.

wakejunky 12-06-2006 6:32 AM

Depends on what type of work you want done. I know these guys in Rancho have a prop scan machine, which most repair shops do not. They can get every blade to the exact specs; pitch, cup etc that you specify. They're expensive but, you get what you pay for in my book. <BR><a href="http://www.thomasmarinepropeller.com/work.html" target="_blank">http://www.thomasmarinepropeller.com/work.html</a> <BR> <BR> <BR>Chris <BR>Get the Grip you Deserve <BR><a href="http://www.wakejunky.com" target="_blank">www.wakejunky.com</a>

deltawake 12-06-2006 9:26 PM

Thanks for the advice.


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