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    Default $10,000.00 for Propellers ??!!

    Just saw the option page for the New Hallett 400...$10,500.00 for propellers ??!!
    Is that correct ? when did props jump so much in price ??

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    Are you shopping for something? LOL Try to buy everything in one package!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Warlock View Post
    Are you shopping for something? LOL Try to buy everything in one package!
    No , but I'm blown away at the prices right now ...Wow !

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    Merc cleavers for sixes are around $5K a piece.

    Herings are around $8K a piece. I think Rollas are $10K+.
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    This was for merc 5 blades labbed. Not cleavers. Ripp off. Also the beach entry door is 8 grand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werdnamirg View Post
    This was for merc 5 blades labbed. Not cleavers. Ripp off. Also the beach entry door is 8 grand.
    That's not far off the pricing for those either. Sounds like you're getting a taste for true performance boating.
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    I've heard of some Rollas being in the $12,000 price range. Wow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HALLETT BOY View Post
    Just saw the option page for the New Hallett 400...$10,500.00 for propellers ??!!
    Is that correct ? when did props jump so much in price ??
    I'll sell you a barely used 22 Bravo for like half that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith E. Sayre View Post
    I've heard of some Rollas being in the $12,000 price range. Wow!
    yeah, there's a set someplace around your new office... $12k each runnin x2... lavey may have tried em when i drove the 39 last year... as i was drivin back from the sandbar, coming through the river mouth when Chris said "you're good... right Cam?" too late not to be good at this point, was my response... no pressure.

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    hallett boy I guess you will be buying a bayliner for your next boat
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