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ldr 09-04-2012 11:36 AM

Recycle prop for scrap
 
has anyone recycled their prop for scrap metal?
I have an old OJ legend 3 blade that cannot be repaired and i'm thinking of just taking it to the local recycler to see how much i could get for it.

baitkiller 09-04-2012 12:43 PM

Best I can figure would be about $2.40 a pound.

Raf1985 09-04-2012 1:20 PM

You might get enough to cover the gas to take it there.....

cadunkle 09-04-2012 9:30 PM

Not sure what you'd get for that alloy, but last time I made a scrap run I believe iron was around $9 per hundred. When scrap was at its peak I'd get a few hundred per pickup load of mostly iron/steel.

cadunkle 09-04-2012 9:31 PM

Point being, you won't get anything for a single prop. Start a pile, when it weighs at least 1000 lbs bring them for scrap. I feel for you if you go through enough props to be worth a scrap run.

OneMoreSet 09-05-2012 8:24 AM

Best used as a paper weight, or coffee table ornamental.

Chicks load our houses with bowls of stinky dried up flowers - its time we start re-decorating with mangled nibral and various wake paraphernalia.

stang_killa_ss 09-05-2012 12:47 PM

i would doubt you can even recycle its. its a alloy, not a single type of metal. so when melting it down you would have to find a way to re seperate the puddles of liquid metal.

ski boat props are made from Nibral. short for Nickle Brass Aluminum.
i highly doubt there recyclable..........

boardman74 09-05-2012 1:09 PM

Great wall hanger and thats about all if its not repairable. I have a couple on my garage wall that are great conversation pieces. All were donated, always been lucky myself.

georgebarber 08-05-2013 2:45 AM

Re:Recycle prop for scrap
 
Yeah taking it down to the scrap yard isn't a bad idea. But I would suggest you wait till you have enough metal with you because that will fetch you some good bucks at a scrap yard. Scrap dealers are more interested in buying a bulk of scrap. There's a SIMS facility in Sacramento that's into car scrap recycling, not too far from where you live. These people accept ferrous and non-ferrous metal both so look them up and pay them a visit if you're interested in metal recycling.

bcd 08-05-2013 7:38 PM

If you send it in to OJ and they can't repair it, they will give you $100 off a new prop for scrap value.

jbach 08-06-2013 8:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bcd (Post 1837391)
If you send it in to OJ and they can't repair it, they will give you $100 off a new prop for scrap value.

^this. i thought that was mighty nice of them.


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