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Omc Prop on

US $400.00

Patchogue, New York, United States

Patchogue, New York, United States

OMC 14-3/4x17 PROP
If you want speed, you want the Viper™ prop. It's longer swept blades and a large diameter give this prop a better grip on the water, faster acceleration, and greater top end speed. Excellent on any recreational boat, from runabouts and cruisers to deck boats. Viper uses the TBX™ hub system.
Equipped with TBX™ with interchangealbe hub, adding a new level of durability and reliability to the propeller, designed to flex and cushion shock loads to help protect the lower unit drivetrain.
Versatile 3-blade performance
Custom high luster finish
Balance of speed and durability
V4 & V6 engines
Standard Rotation
Stainless Steel

Rear of 200 West Ave
Patchogue NY 11772

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