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    Inexpensive sturdy prop mount.

    A trip to the hardware store and a couple bucks. 1/2 pipe worked perfect for my OMC prop shaft. Used galvanized, a wrap of duct tape around the pipe to cushoin the splines. I cut a small piece of foam rubber that goes under the prop and another that goes on top between the prop and the cotter pin that keeps it in place.
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    With prop:
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    Two of them mounted in my engine compartment:
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    Registered PhantomChaos's Avatar
    My Boats:
    Formula FASTech 382 Sunseeker Apache 45
    Join Date
    Dec 2000
    Bell Canyon, CA
    Looks good..............but, uh..........

    Why three spare props?

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    Only two spares. One stainless is for heavy loads and pulling tubes etc. The aluminum is for the Chain of Lakes. Average depth is 3 or 4 feet. I just bought a Rev4 Im hoping will do double duty so Ill just have the aluminum prop on standby.

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    Official OSO boat whore Charter Member
    My Boats:
    8' row boat
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Mequon, WI
    Dollar makes a real nice stainless one. It's not expensive by any means and OSO members get a discount!

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