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Old 27 December 2002, 13:40   #1
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Wanted: 22" prop

Anyone got a stainless 22" prop to fit a V4 Yam??? (I beleive v4 merc / mariner is idedtical)

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Old 30 December 2002, 12:01   #2
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Merc props will fit a Yam, but you need the brass spacer to go infront of the prop. The spacers are 50 ! for a brass ring with a taper. If you can find one take the measurements and have one made at a quarter of the cost. Try a pm to Rene he has one on the Osprey / Yam 130 rib.
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Old 30 December 2002, 12:35   #3
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I have one of these already to make my Laser II prop fit the yam leg (i think). Thanks for the info though.

Do you know anything about the compatability of v6 <> v4 prop's?
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I think the Merc V6 props are a different size to the 75-115 props they sell which means they may not fit your Yam. What we need is the Merc accessories catalogue which gives the sizes of each prop and what it fits. Unfortunately I don't have one anymore.

The boat show in London is next week, might be worth your while going along and asking a few questions. Also try manos, see if he can import one cheaply.

Third option which I always fall back on is Lee Fairweather in Fareham. Fareweather Marine is the business and they have a web site. I wish I knew what he knows about boats. He always has some second hand props too.

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