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Prop Shaft Fabricators?

Howdy neighbors.

I've been Googling all day trying to find a good local machine shop that can handle fabricating a new prop shaft -- no luck so far.

Any suggestions?
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Re: Prop Shaft Fabricators?

I guess it would help to narrow the geography down a bit -- I looking in the Annapolis area...
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Miller Island. Sorry I don't have the number at the moment but I will try to get it
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Re: Prop Shaft Fabricators?

Oxford Boatyard, Oxford, MD did ours....

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If you google miller island propellers I think they are in sparrows point. Very reasonable, quick, and well known.
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Re: Prop Shaft Fabricators?

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If you google miller island propellers I think they are in sparrows point. Very reasonable, quick, and well known.
Many thanks, Shawn -- I'll give them a call.
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Re: Prop Shaft Fabricators?

No problem

A direct link: Miller's Island Propeller
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Re: Prop Shaft Fabricators?

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No problem

A direct link: Miller's Island Propeller
I can confirm that. They built me a new shaft when my old was bent. Very professional shop.
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