I'd say know-how and propositional knowledge are not reducible to each other.
Know-how and Propositional Knowledge Are Mutually Irreducible
distinction between knowing how to do something and knowing that
something is the case is a piece of common sense. Still, it has been
suggested that one of these concepts can be reduced to the other
one. Intellectualists like Jason Stanley (2011) try to reduce
know-how to propositional knowledge, while practicalists like Stephen
Hetherington (2011) try to reduce propositional knowledge to
know-how. I argue that both reductionist programs fail because they
make the manifestations of the knowledge to be reduced
to both, I suggest that know-how and propositional
knowledge are distinct, but conceptually interdependent.