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Ouch! Maybe instruct son that boat props are designed to propel in the water......not so well as a rock blender. Better avoid stainless steel props until he heads off to college for the sake of the bottom end...... lol (maybe add a Faria depth gauge to port side of helm, above stereo) (Of course, I never did anything wrong growing up yeah, right ) Hey Dad, the boat kinda vibrates weird . Maybe it needs a tuneup? I dunno.......
........... I dunno......maybe a late fathers day present ?...... good for you to make him be responsible! A life lesson he will remember.
We we repair for 59.00 plus freight. Once we receive prop it takes 2 days. Burris propeller service Cape Coral Fl. 239-772-3222
Or get a new one and keep the damaged one as is for a spare. It will get you back to the dock, even if damaged. Note that vibrations from a damaged prop are not good on shaft bearings, but again, it will get you back to the dock in a pinch.I would get the new one, but also repair the old one as backup.