Originally Posted by capecod19
How did you manage to do that???
have you got a clear pic?
no pics, i'll try to get one. as for how it happened...if you are familiar with Barlow's Landing in Pocasset..a hard WSW wind can be a real bit*h when trying to get the boat on the trailer. add an extra 800 pounds of gear and a hauler for bay scalloping and the boat is damn near impossible to stop once it starts moving. so i push the boat off the ramp, the wind catches it, i can't control the stern end and she swings right around and slams into the rock jetty that lines the pier. *snap*...ya, that finished a bad day and made it even worse...
that happened about 2 years ago. i've run the motor just fine since, but i was thinking of possibly selling the whole rig, boat motor trailer and wanted to get that thing fixed.
Originally Posted by alaskansteve
The prop shop is the first place i'd go, if they can't do it for a reasonable amount just go find the guy that does the welding on some of the draggers bet he'll have you fixed up in no time.
thanks steve..there is a prop place in plymouth that i think i will call. there is barely a nub left...basicly snapped right at the top...
hope all is well up north. take care.