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  1. #11
    Gold Member Gold Member liquid asset's Avatar
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    Greg Moss

    Cool hell with that

    I got a 250hp merc hitch cover. really get the looks 1 ft tall outboard on the back of my truck.

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    This is without question the best thread on the board.

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    So where did you guys purchase these props? Is one better then the other? Who's giving the best deals on the blueprinting

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    I just hope it doesnt get outta hand. I know how easily the jet boat community gets offended

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    I'd think there's an effect on the vehicle performance when the pitch is changed on the hitch prop. Hitch-pitch. Huh. I made a funny.

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    I'm with OnTheBay on this one. Counter rotating is the only way to go for that PSD

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    I had some problem with rim walking ( similar to chine walking) over 70mph so I went 4 blade. That helped but now I think I need external steering. Anyone know where I can get a Mayfair system for a Reese hitch? Also who make hoses long enough to run from the engine to the hitch?
    To help extend the life of my hitch I disconnected the rear window washer and piped it to the hitch. Now I have a hitch shower!!

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    i have a question about my hitch prop. i am going to raise my X-dimension 4 inches (suspension lift) on my jeep. will i need to put trim tabs on or do you think just switching to a four blade will work??

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    Deland, Florida
    With the 4" raised dimension, you may need to go to a surface piercing prop, otherwise, I think blowout making turns could be a problem.

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