135-300 Hp Mercury V6 Outboard Solas Stainless Steel Propeller 14.75 X 18 on 2040-parts.com
Largo, Florida, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:1551-148-18
135-300 HP Mercury V6 Outboard Solas Stainless Steel Propeller 14.75 x 18
This is a Solas stainless steel propeller for a Mercury Mariner V6 outboard motor. It is Solas part # 1551-148-18. It is 14 3/4” diameter x 18” pitch. The prop has 15 splines. It will fit 135 HP -300 HP motors from 1979-2010.
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