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Ran aground one too many times this winter.

Need a prop rehub.

Have used Ron @ Central Florida Props in the past, but I understand he might not be around anymore?

Any recommendations? Daytona Beach area, but throwing it in the mail is fine.
 

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http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=rehub+propellers&btnG=Google+Search&cts=1238642392080&aq=f&oq=
 

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Thanks, but I know how to use google and a phone book. ;)

I was looking for a recommendation.
 
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Jason,

CFP aka Ron has been MIA for some time now.

I have heard nothing but good about "Halls". I think they are in Christmas?

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24700 East Colonial Drive
Christmas Florida, FL 32709
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X2 what CaptnRon said.

I known Ron"the prop artist" at CFP and now he is gone. So I switched to Halls' racing propellers in Christmas.

He had done my props work done and always get a good results from him. He is offshore boat driver for his hobby like a "poker run" and he knows his stuff about props.

I highly recommend him.
 

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A simple rehub is cake work for any prop shop.

Hall's is a good shop, no doubt, but there may be a local shop that is serviced by General Propeller, and they too do great work.

GP delivers all over the state, picks up too. Most shops that don't have a relationship with a local prop shop uses them, and has a set pick-up an delivery schedule. Ask around at some local shops, maybe save you a long trip.
 
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