When I hit this wing wall the whole back end of the boat jumped up 4-6" It was the last run of the season and I was just on my way into the lake so I said screw it and ran the boat for easily 6hrs with the prop damaged. Im sure that could have contributed to the bent prop shaft.
I have already repaired the lower unit ended up finding a matching motor with a junk powerhead.
The prop shaft (the shaft that the propeller splines onto and held onto with a nut) was bent for sure. I could spin it and see at least 1/8" out of round. The local prop guy in my area said it wasnt worth repairing the prop and he recomended changing pitch anyway.
You must have really wacked the wall hard to do that much damage. I guess that's why SS props aren't my favorite. Aluminum $125 and your on your way with a brand new one or about $75 to repair and they don't need very much left of a prop to still be able to repair one. Oh $125 for my Four Winns . I don't know about a prop for my 50 HP Johnson. How much they run. My pontoon came with a brand new spare and I haven't had to use it yet. I hope I never do have to use it .