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#11531229 - 04/09/16 12:46 PM I don't understand all this prop jargon.
Jerrybign Offline
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I have a 1994 Force 90 horse motor. I'm thinking a newer prop that hasn't been "rebuilt" numerous time might help the performance a bit. THEN! I started looking for info and the more I read the more confused I get!!!

ANY help would be much appreciated.
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#11533941 - 04/11/16 07:50 AM Re: I don't understand all this prop jargon. [Re: Jerrybign]
steve@hydrodynamics Offline
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call a prop shop and buy a new prop.

it can get confusing for sure.

sometimes the less you know the better off you are. then you can just go fishing. smile

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