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Acme 1235
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Author:  Walter17 [ Wed May 16, 2018 7:58 am ]
Post subject:  Acme 1235

Hey Everyone. Looking to sell a spare Acme 1235. We use it on our '16 A20, but since we are adding more weight this year I am getting a more aggressive prop to help. The prop was new early 2017 and only has one season on it. No dings or anything other than it has been used a summer. Please let me know if there is any interest. I live in MN. It's a $500 prop new so please shoot me any reasonable offer. Thanks.

I would imagine shipping is $40-$50 within the continental US so for a decent offer I will get it shipped out. My other prop should be arriving this week so I will have a factory box that I can ship it in.

Author:  tman0428 [ Wed May 16, 2018 11:36 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

What part of MN are you in?

Author:  Walter17 [ Wed May 16, 2018 1:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

Eden Prairie

Author:  tman0428 [ Thu May 17, 2018 8:19 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

Would yo u be around this weekend? My number is 515 238 9397.

Author:  onewake09 [ Thu May 17, 2018 9:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

What prop did you go with?

Author:  Walter17 [ Thu May 17, 2018 10:18 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

tamn I should be at some point. Not entirely sure. Next weekend likely will be a better weekend since my new prop hasn't arrived yet so I will be keeping it on until I get the other one. I will text you my phone so we can keep in touch. That and I plan to head to the dare to compare event to try out the new stuff this Sunday. It's a pretty sweet event if you haven't checked it out before.

onewake - I am going full on and will try the Acme 2315. The plan is to swap out the 550s that I have in the rear lockers now with the 865 lb bags. Then an upgrade to the 1,000 lb bow bag on the cushions replacing a busted 650 lb triangle bag. So my calc puts me at around 3,500 lbs total ballast without the wedge. I know it will be amazing at the low end but I am curious how much I will loose on the top side. The top side isn't too much of a concern since we boat on a 1,000 acre lake. If the 2315 is just way too much I might step it down to the 2247. I am really just going off the prop finder site.

Author:  onewake09 [ Thu May 17, 2018 12:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

Walter, this is really funny. I have a 17' a20. Boat came with a 2277(15x15.75). It struggled to move alot of weight. I bought a 2419(15x12) thinking it would be the answer. Short answer is I lost about 12 mph of top end, and at 30 mph I was turning almost 5k rpms. It did better with alot of weight. I have 750s in the rears, the 400 under bow cushions and a 650 on top i can run. All that plus stock hard tanks. I also wakeboard and didnt like running such high rpms at 22mph. I ended up selling the 2419 and buying a 2247 which is basically the 2249 with different cup. This all went down the last two weeks. I havent had the boat in the water with the 2247 because it wont stop raining here in delaware. It sounds like we took a very similar prop path.

Author:  Walter17 [ Thu May 17, 2018 1:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

Let me know how it goes with the 2247 onewake. Cause if I loose a ton on the top side I likely won't stay with the 2315. 12 mph off the top end is a pretty crazy drop. Both the 2247 and the 2315 will be a huge improvement over the 1235 for the amount of weight. Then again top end isn't too important since last night getting back to the dock was watching the sunset and moving just past idle.

Author:  onwi [ Fri May 18, 2018 7:36 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

You could consider a 2313 as well. Just like a 2315 but the cup is 0.15 instead of 0.105 so you should see a touch of increased efficiency and top end. It has no problem with 4k weight in my older boat.

Author:  tman0428 [ Fri May 18, 2018 7:42 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Acme 1235

Sounds good- keep me posted I will be floating around the cities Sunday/Monday of next week!

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