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#10900411 - 06/06/15 09:58 PM Correct prop for Boat ?
txhuntingguide Offline
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Registered: 03/22/08
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Loc: Lubbock Tx.
Guy's I have a 1991 20' Charger with an Evinrude 200 on it. Im not a speed nut, so what prop do I need to get for optimum performance ? I want a SS prop. By my research I am thinking a 19 pitch Raker possibly ?

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#10900583 - 06/07/15 02:52 AM Re: Correct prop for Boat ? [Re: txhuntingguide]
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#10904056 - 06/08/15 06:13 PM Re: Correct prop for Boat ? [Re: txhuntingguide]
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Registered: 08/23/02
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Any good prop shop should be able to tell you.

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#10905472 - 06/09/15 11:12 AM Re: Correct prop for Boat ? [Re: txhuntingguide]
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The correct prop is usually the one that has your motor running at the top of it's operating range at WOT and loaded the way it usually is. It can possibly be worked by a prop shop for specific conditions or purpose, but that pretty much is what it is.
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#10914395 - 06/13/15 03:33 AM Re: Correct prop for Boat ? [Re: txhuntingguide]
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19 is too small you need around a 24

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