Propeller Repair

The cost of repairing your propeller is usually less than 1/2 the price of a new one.

Your propeller will be straightened and returned to its pitch by use of pitch blocks and gauges. The blades will be welded where necessary, then balanced and finished. Aluminum props are painted with a durable industrial enamel coatings. Stainless propellers are returned to their original finish either a satin finish or a high gloss polish.

A normal propeller repair involves the repair of the propeller blades. Hubs can be replaced upon request, or when they show excessive wear and slippage.

We repair aluminum, stainless steel, nibral, and bronze propellers.

We specialize in repairing hi-performance stainless propellers.

Send us your damaged prop via UPS, Fed Ex, or the US Postal Service. Most of the repairs are in our shop 2-4 business days, then shipped directly to you. We usually return ship by UPS unless otherwise notified. Payment for repairs can be charged to your Mastercard, VISA, or Discover card.

Call us or use our Request Prop Repair Quote form, and we can estimate your repair cost.