Alpha4 Prop Set Lh And Rh Aluminum Props 15" X 16" With Hub Kits on 2040-parts.com
Deerfield Beach, Florida, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:48-834850A45 and 48-834851A45
This is a matching set of Mercury Marine 4 blade propellers.
These aluminum props measure 15" X 16" (16" pitch)
They include the FloTorque II hub kits.
Parts 48-834850A45 (right hand) and 48-834851A45 (left hand)
Typically used on twin Alpha One, Alpha Gen II or most pre-Alpha One ( as long as one unit has counter-rotation) units as well as some Bravo One applications and/or twin V6 Mercury Outboard applications as well.
They retail over $ 220.00 each.
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