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  1. Mud Motor Talk
    My son and I have been rebuilding mudmotor props for our motors, by welding up worn blades. We have came up with a more accurate way to regain blade shape and thickness. We make a mold of brand new prop in mortar cement. We then weld up blades and grind them to fit back in mold. Then using lawn...
  2. The Lodge
    I heard two different stories about this picture one being a mud motor and one being a an outboard, either way its a scary reminder that you need to wear your safety lanyard, as I hardly do but need to work on it! Suposidly the guy fell out of his boat and was run over by his mud motor. It...
  3. Waterfowl Boats, Motors, & Boat Blinds
    I have a 1965 johnson seahorse 18 hp on my boat and the center piece of the prop spins so the prop wont spin. I know that there are numbers on the prop that tells you the pitch. The numbers are unreadable so i was wondering if anyone could tell me what pitch i shud get for my new prop? Thanks...
  4. Mud Motor Talk
    We have been fooling around with worn out mudmotor props, and have been able to salvage a couple. We weld up worn edges with s/s rod and then using small disc grinders reshape and cup blades. We have done two from Mudbuddy motors with good results. Balancing is hardest, getting both blades equal...
  5. Classifieds
    I have an OMC SST prop that has too much pitch for my set-up. Painted stainless steel, 11 3/4x17pitch, 13 spline,thru hub exhaust. Fits 40-50hp Johnson/Evinrude, came off of my '87 40hp. OEM part. Just had the small nicks repaired at the prop shop at the tune of $118, so basically have a new...
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