I always try to clean a prop up before installing it to find out everything I can about it. How the blades feel front and back, dents, gouges, nicks, bends some things you never see but can feel will make a good looking prop junk. After cleaning the LH prop of the set it looks like the prop was reworked at some time and not used much afterward. It was originally a 18X20 (X'ed out on the hub) and then made into a 17X18. After I got most of the tarnish off you could still see the machine / polishing marks from the prop shop and no damage.
I tried to buy just the left prop of a set but had to buy both. Now I'm just looking to get half of my money back.
$140.00 plus ride and it's yours. [email protected]