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Old 09-09-2013, 02:25 PM   #1
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Raker 1 Proven Race Winning Props 20 and 22 pitch

I have my two Raker 1 (steel is stronger than the raker2 and the prop can be thinned out more) Race Winning Props for Sale. These two props won numerous races for both me and the previous owner.

The 22 pitch was great in light chop and when it got nastier I put the 20 on.

They are 13 1/2 and part numbers 394760 and 394758.

Both props have been thinned out as much as possible are in perfect condition except a little Dust!!!

I sold my phantom about 3 years ago and these props have been sat in my garage ever since.

Like all Rakers these lift the Bows and there for can be a bit of a handful, but are very rewarding. Mid 50's in a 16" phantom with an E-Tech 90hp is no easy feat.

If your inexperienced you may be better buying the Viper I have for sale.

Your welcome to come and try them but if you damage them you buy them!

195 each including P&P in the UK. I can send abroad at cost of the postage and i will get proof of postage, but I can not accept any liability with forgein post offices.
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Old 09-09-2013, 02:42 PM   #2
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I have my two Raker 1 (steel is stronger than the raker2 and the prop can be thinned out more) Race Winning Props for Sale. These two props won numerous races for both me and the previous owner.

The 22 pitch was great in light chop and when it got nastier I put the 20 on.

They are 13 1/2 and part numbers 394760 and 394758.

Both props have been thinned out as much as possible are in perfect condition except a little Dust!!!

I sold my phantom about 3 years ago and these props have been sat in my garage ever since.

Like all Rakers these lift the Bows and there for can be a bit of a handful, but are very rewarding. Mid 50's in a 16" phantom with an E-Tech 90hp is no easy feat.

If your inexperienced you may be better buying the Viper I have for sale.

Your welcome to come and try them but if you damage them you buy them!

195 each including P&P in the UK. I can send abroad at cost of the postage and i will get proof of postage, but I can not accept any liability with forgein post offices.
Interested in the 22, I take it it's small hub? What work has been done on it?
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Old 09-09-2013, 02:55 PM   #3
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Give us a buzz on 07952091880 thanks Dave
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Old 09-09-2013, 02:57 PM   #4
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Give us a buzz on 07952091880 thanks Dave
Can't get to the phone right now but I'll call you later today

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Old 09-09-2013, 03:05 PM   #5
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No problem, are you local to Portsmouth ? If so give them a try. I can take a pic and send to you if want, along with a pic of the 20+ trophys these have won!
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Old 09-09-2013, 03:09 PM   #6
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No I'm in Guernsey, if you could send a couple of pictures of the prop to pauletasse@hotmail.com that'd be good cheers! Re-rigging my boat with a 115 for next season and need to start hoarding props to play with!
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Old 09-09-2013, 03:32 PM   #7
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No I'm in Guernsey, if you could send a couple of pictures of the prop to pauletasse@hotmail.com that'd be good cheers! Re-rigging my boat with a 115 for next season and need to start hoarding props to play with!
Pics have been sent, feel free to phone if you have any questions. Thanks Dave
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Old 09-09-2013, 04:02 PM   #8
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THE 22 has now been SOLD and is on its way to the Channel Islands to make someone else happy :-)
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