Do they still exist? Did the google thing but nothing showed up. I have a prop that I feel is awesome and should be framed on the wall and if/when I ruin it I am afraid that I will have a hard time getting a twin.
I have NEVER seen a cast S.S. prop. You mean a 3 piece welded ear prop?? And NO it is not a waste to have a billet prop made off of a welded ear prop. The billet prop will work better and last alot longer. I know for a fact that the first prop that ron and joey did copy from a welded ear prop picked up a couple tenths with the billet one.This is just my $.02 so take it for what it's worth but....I think it would be a waste of your money. To get an exact copy of your prop is impossible. Even with their digitizing, if they could duplicate it exactly, they would make you a billet prop, that Record is a cast stainless steel prop, they would not act the same. And your gonna pay a ton of money to find that out. There's alot of good props out there to be had, talk to people running stuff like yours, or where you want to run, ask them what they are running and how well it's working for them. Just looking at it from another angle. F1~
Just my luck....even have a part #.Record propellers were bought by Rolla sometime in the 80's I believe. Rolla use to make the one piece steel propellers. One of the east coast GN guys use to be a dealer, Greg Gluck. But I don't know if this is still the case.
You might contact Ron Hill. He make a prop that has a simlar Record / Cary type of ear. but he makes them out of Stalnless. Which as some of these guys have said may or may not be the best material.
good luck with your quest.
Hey Tony, why don't you bring your CAST stainless steel Record props to Ming next month so Mr.Coyote can see them!I have NEVER seen a cast S.S. prop. You mean a 3 piece welded ear prop?? And NO it is not a waste to have a billet prop made off of a welded ear prop. The billet prop will work better and last alot longer. I know for a fact that the first prop that ron and joey did copy from a welded ear prop picked up a couple tenths with the billet one.
Harlan,Check with Harold Kindsvater. He reworked my Record prop. It was a throwaway piece of junk. It now looks like new. I may have to build a boat to use it on!!!!