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    Default Need a 30 pitch bravo 4 blade to test

    I need a 30 pitch bravo 4 blade to test on my Daytona. I would prefer to try a non-labbed first but .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by lake p.a.l. View Post
    I need a 30 pitch bravo 4 blade to test on my Daytona. I would prefer to try a non-labbed first but .......
    Hey Rob, you might want to post this in the ladies section,



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    Big words for a guy without a running boat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WINspeed View Post
    Big words for a guy without a running boat...
    Whoh! is that the kettle calling the pot black?



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    Hahahaha

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    I've got one I can bring this weekend.

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    I think F14 permanently borrowed a 30 from another dlb guy who will remain un-named here. I spoke with un-named this morning and he said I could try it. Thanks guys

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    I also have one but it is labbed. your more than welcome to try it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by t-bag'n View Post
    I also have one but it is labbed. your more than welcome to try it...
    Thank you very much and I may want to try it. Gonna try a stock 30 first.
    I got very lucky on St Patties run and didn't know it until this morning. I stopped by B&W to help F14 with his engine hatch this morning and pull my 26 pitch off my boat so 707Dog could try it. My 26 has a huge stress crack on one of the ears. I checked it before we went out that morning and it looked and felt fine. No dings in it anywhere. I guess I can't complain, that stock 26 was on my old deckboat for 800+ hours and several runs on my Daytona. Oh well, it's just money, the wife can make more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lake p.a.l. View Post
    Thank you very much and I may want to try it. Gonna try a stock 30 first.
    I got very lucky on St Patties run and didn't know it until this morning. I stopped by B&W to help F14 with his engine hatch this morning and pull my 26 pitch off my boat so 707Dog could try it. My 26 has a huge stress crack on one of the ears. I checked it before we went out that morning and it looked and felt fine. No dings in it anywhere. I guess I can't complain, that stock 26 was on my old deckboat for 800+ hours and several runs on my Daytona. Oh well, it's just money, the wife can make more.

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