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Old 01-07-2020, 06:26 PM   #1
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Cost to service props

I would like to know what it cost to have my props serviced. I have 6bta engines with 24x24 props.
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I did it some years ago for a single engine boat. It was already on the hard for a bottom job so it only cost $100 for removal and replacement of the prop and $600 for prop shop work. I got the prop trued to class I specs.

So probably $1,500 for twins plus the cost of haul out.

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I would like to know what it cost to have my props serviced. I have 6bta engines with 24x24 props.
Too many variables to provide good info - what "servicing" is needed.
Best bet is to provide the info and some photos to a good prop shop and ask for a quote / est.
I've dealt with Gabe at Precision Propellers in Newburgh, NY and highly recommend them if you don't have a trusted shop closer. He is a prop miracle worker IMO No connection other than a very satisfied repeat customer.
https://www.precision-props.com/
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I had my 24x24s tuned up and repitched to 23.5”. It was done at a Prop Scan affiliate. It cost $980 each.
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Thanks for the replies I was looking for a ball park price. I have a good shop near by will call them tomorrow.
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