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|11-10-2008 08:17 PM|
Max props are the "Cadillac" but very pricey - be prepared to spend $3-4K before you're done. We had trouble justifying that kind of outlay.
There are other less expensive variations on the feathering prop, including the well-rated Kiwi prop at less than half the price.
Amongst folders I'd suggest you get a geared one, at least then you won't suffer the horrible vibrations in the event that only one blade 'opens' - as happens from time to time on ungeared folders.
|11-10-2008 06:50 PM|
Originally Posted by JohnMaschek View Post
|11-10-2008 06:16 PM|
|JohnMaschek||Thanks, are there any variables when specifying the Maxiprop?|
|11-10-2008 06:13 PM|
|sailingfool||My Maxprop has worked without fault for 9 years, worth the extra money in my opinion.|
|11-10-2008 04:32 PM|
CS36T Folding Prop
While my new 1982 CS36T is in process of blister repair, I am working on list of things to do before she gets back in the water.
Does anyone have recommendations on a folding prop? I don't want to start a "folding prop debate", just let me know if anyone has gone through the process and what to know to make good decision.
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