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Old 27 November 2013, 13:18   #201
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Given my spare prop to whisper for the mac project!
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Old 27 November 2013, 14:30   #203
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Old 26 March 2014, 08:32   #204
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Chris has kindly offered me the chance to test his s/s prop when were next in Caernarfon, but I fear the Honda prop may not fit

Has anyone else got any props I could test on our 2002 Suzuki DF140, currently got a 14x19 that was re pitched from 14x21, don't mind if it is stainless or ally.

Looking to try anything around 14x18, 14x20.

Not sure what other brand props fit this engine, any clues?

Current prop is aluminium and was the original prop that came with the engine from suzuki/redbay back in 2002.
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Old 26 March 2014, 12:55   #205
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I have a 13 1/4 X 17 and a 13 X 21
Any good?
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Old 05 April 2014, 16:26   #206
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Looking for 14/15/16P Yamaha prop

This is a bit of a strange one but I am looking for a 13 spline Yamaha prop between 14p to 16p, I know it is a bit open but just seeing what is out there?
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Genuine Yam Prop for sale

Very little use, unmarked, no damage. This was on a Yam 150

14 1/2 X 17 M Painted stainless steel version

(An excellent general-purpose propeller, its stainless steel construction allows for a blade thatís thinner, more durable and more efficient than an aluminum propeller, with a protective black paint coating. Suitable for outboards from 25hp to 300hp.)

new prop will cost in excess of 350. Looking for £125 plus postage or collect Southampton, New Forest area
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Solas Stainless Steel NS3 17"

I purchased this at the end of January and it's only been used 4 times and is in as new condition. Unfortunately it's wasn't quite the right pitch for my boat so it's up for sale

The prop comes with hub kit RBX-103 which is for various 15 spline Yamaha's. Hub kits for other engines can be purchased for about £25.

More than happy to let well known ribnetters try/test it etc
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Very little use, unmarked, no damage. This was on a Yam 150

14 1/2 X 17 M Painted stainless steel version

(An excellent general-purpose propeller, its stainless steel construction allows for a blade thatís thinner, more durable and more efficient than an aluminum propeller, with a protective black paint coating. Suitable for outboards from 25hp to 300hp.)

new prop will cost in excess of 350. Looking for £125 plus postage or collect Southampton, New Forest area
Silly question, is this a 13 spline or 15 spline, my engine is a 15 spline and do you know if the Yamaha prop fits the suzuki

Many thanks
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Old 13 April 2014, 06:17   #210
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I have a 13 1/4 X 17 and a 13 X 21
Any good?
I believe I need to run as close to a 14 inch as possible, shame as your pitch would be ideal.

Thanks for the post though, need to do some more research to find the best prop options for our boat. Shame were not in the US as they do a loan type service to find the best option, obviously as long as you buy a prop.

Might even look at a 4 blader :confused
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