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Harold wanted me to post for him. He has approx 100 props various pitches and shaft sizes, for flats, runners, and hydros. Harold shut his business down and wants to sell what props he has left. You can call him at 559 647 1249. Thank You.
 

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Harold wanted me to post for him. He has approx 100 props various pitches and shaft sizes, for flats, runners, and hydros. Harold shut his business down and wants to sell what props he has left. You can call him at 559 647 1249. Thank You.
Just spend the day with Harold and purchased a new prop for my Cole TR2. Harold and I discussed every aspect of my boat and came up with what I think will be a great combination. Harold's knowledge of props and boat set up is second to none; a day well spent. As previously mentioned, Harold still has various new props for everything from a day cruiser to blown fuel hydro. Just the conversation and direction is well worth the price. What's that old saying " service is the name of the game"? I firmly believe that!
 

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All valid points. As I'm learning the difficulty of finding props, finding the right prop, and learning the various costs of them.
 

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Just spend the day with Harold and purchased a new prop for my Cole TR2. Harold and I discussed every aspect of my boat and came up with what I think will be a great combination. Harold's knowledge of props and boat set up is second to none; a day well spent. As previously mentioned, Harold still has various brand new props for everything from a day cruiser to blown fuel hydro. Just the conversation and direction is well worth the price. What's that old saying " service is the name of the game"? I firmly believe that!
If you dont mind me asking , what did a prop for your boat go for ? I have a Cole TR-4 that I need a prop for ..
 

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All valid points. As I'm learning the difficulty of finding props, finding the right prop, and learning the various costs of them.
Once you figure out how much a prop contributes to the overall performance of you boat, you'll see Harold's props are a decent deal. I've run Harold's props in the past and they work pretty well plus he will go the extra mile to help make the boat work. On the flip side, I've seen more than a few flats with serious HP that couldn't run mid-high 9s due to trying to make shit props work.... Good luck..
 

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If you dont mind me asking , what did a prop for your boat go for ? I have a Cole TR-4 that I need a prop for ..
I had been looking for a new or good used prop well over a year. As for used props, I would be really hesitant unless it was thoroughly checked by a professional and knew its history. The only other source I found for props were new CNC costing from $2000 to $2500. Harold Kindsvater has been designing and making props well over 40 years. I would put his knowledge of props and boat setup against anyone around. He will discuss your current setup and recommend what he feels best suits your needs. He still had 4 or 5 runner props left and as for price, all I will say is less than $1,000. His advice on setup and suggestions is well worth the price. As a couple other guys have noted on this thread, you get what you pay for!
 
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