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    Hi Everyone,
    Yesterday i ran over a 3ft half rotted tree limb.
    Didn't see it at all. I was going very slowly so no damage at all.
    But it was lodged between the prop and skeg. Wouldn't budge. I had to tie up to a dock and pull the prop. I barely had enough tools.
    1 adjustable wrench
    1 needle nose pliers
    Got it done, but i could use a list of tool i should have onboard.
    If I'd had a small hand saw i could have cut it off .


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    Yikes! Glad you got it fixed.
    I do carry a small toolbox, however all my tools to change a prop are in the truck.
    Time to add to my boat box.


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    That could have been disastrous. Glad everything worked out.
    Proud to have served with and supported the Units I was in: 1st IDF, 9th INF, 558th USAAG (Greece), 7th Transportation Brigade, 6th MEDSOM (Korea), III Corp, 8th IDF, 3rd Armor Div.

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    Great reminder that I need to re-evaluate.
    I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me.

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    Yep, things I need to evaluate too.
    Proud to have served with and supported the Units I was in: 1st IDF, 9th INF, 558th USAAG (Greece), 7th Transportation Brigade, 6th MEDSOM (Korea), III Corp, 8th IDF, 3rd Armor Div.

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    Yes, i spun a prop once.
    Limped on with trolling motor but if i was miles away I'd have been in trouble

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    Biggest tool and useless I ever had in my boat was my brother in law........never again.

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    Spare prop
    Spare cotter pins
    Spare needle nose pliers
    Spare adjustable wrench

    Need a spare nut for shaft in case it gets dropped

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    Add a pair of channelocks, vise grips and a small electrical repair kit.
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    I put in a rubber mallet

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