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    Fixing to buy a new prop, whatís the secret in removing old one. Iím sure it a 3/4-10 hub. And whatís a good prop size for general riding.

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    U mean u aint got a prop wrench laying around in your pile of stuff?
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    9x7 tiger prop or order one from ron hill a little cheaper. Call me and ill tell u trick to getting prop off
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    Tim you get a new number? Or you just ignoring me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timsmith View Post
    Fixing to buy a new prop, what’s the secret in removing old one. I’m sure it a 3/4-10 hub. And what’s a good prop size for general riding.
    4' piece of flat bar with a hole 2-3 inches up big enough to fit the 3/4" shaft through. Add some heat if its never been off and cool with penetrating oil.

    9x7 is a good size wheel but it depends on the boat. I'd tell you to call Hopkins Propeller in La but Glen Hopkins passed away last month. He was a great wheel man.

    Pro tip: Load the threads up with anti seize and remove prop once per year, check balance and reinstall.
    Last edited by cajunwannabe; 08-04-2019 at 07:42 PM.
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    Flat bar
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    Just sell me the motor
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    The boat and motor has sat for years, pulled it out the weeds , had to replace the fuel pump and throttle cable broke. Looked around and couldnít find a throttle cable, looked a little more and found one off a Honda 4 wheeler. It worked excellent . I ordered a 9~7 backwater


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    Pull the electric fuel shutoff solenoid and cut the needle off and put the solenoid back in. If you ever kill a battery and need a jump start the motor won't stay running when you disconnect the jumper cables due to that electric shutoff solenoid needing power.

    What boat are you running this motor on?
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