mad3cker wrote:howdy there fellow yakers i got a little project goin in the works im building a fan to put on my kayak so my question is, wood or plastic propeller and why?
opinions are much appreciated
mad3cker wrote:propulsion fan lol and i'll most likely put a noise reduction do-hicky on it lmao, i enjoy the quite to i'll probably only use it during the day i have 3 yaks so im doin a lil somthing on each of them, and thanks for your input and the link BGT. I'll be posting pics when i start on it
AlanC wrote:If you mount the motor and prop on the front of the yak pointing at you then maybe you can get away with no registration. You could then pass it off as a air-cooler for the paddler when you are at top speed! You can purchase large scale aircraft props from the hobby shop in two, three or four blade made from plastic or nylon and they would work great. Most that size fit on a 1/4" shaft and they do have pusher props available as well. Can't wait to see the pictures!
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