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Old 05 March 2016, 07:01   #11
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https://www.ebay.co.uk/ulk/itm/381439832483

They have a few prop options for your motor
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Old 05 March 2016, 07:02   #12
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Old 05 March 2016, 07:04   #13
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Old 05 March 2016, 07:06   #14
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Old 05 March 2016, 07:14   #15
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This one is the older style but less money

https://www.ebay.co.uk/ulk/itm/361470460159
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Just to confuse things. And I'm relatively new to this whole ribbing thing....

As it's your spare prop, would you consider a brand new aluminium prop?

(I can hear the sharp intakes of breath already- a local powerboat racer describe aluminium props as something similar to spacesaver tyres, although only one of us in the conversation had been flung from a boat at over 50 mph and hospitalised, so it's about expectations really)

They don't cost that much.
Brand new condition = no question marks over condition
If you had any leanings toward a different prop size you can try it at minimal risk.
As it's a spare, you can use it as a selling point if you're ever tempted to change boat.

I have 19in aluminium prop on my 115 4 stroke which performs fine for my needs (spare is a slightly dinged High 5).
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Old 05 March 2016, 14:55   #17
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It's a thought. I have an ally prop on mine although I DO toy with the idea of buying a SS.
My spare prop - which was the one on the boat when I bought it & wasn't quite right - is an ally one.
AIUI if you hit something solid with an ally prop you are less likely to damage the gears than with a SS. From personal experience I saw a friend hit the concrete of a lifeboat slip with an ally prop & apart from fairly severe damage to the prop there were no other consequences.
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Old 05 March 2016, 15:46   #18
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This one is the older style but less money

https://www.ebay.co.uk/ulk/itm/361470460159
Nothing wrong with that propeller.
Perfect as a spare at that price.
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