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Old 06-29-12, 05:12 PM   #1
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I bought a 1996 Ranger 681C with a Suzuki DT85. It's been sitting at the marina for quite a while. While it was there someone stole the prop so I need to order a new one. I'll probably go with an SS. Does anyone have this model or similar size and weight that can make a prop brand and pitch recommendation?
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Old 06-29-12, 06:17 PM   #2
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17-19P depending upon what one desires-13 spline isnt it?
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Old 07-01-12, 11:39 AM   #3
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Yea, it is a 13 spline. I priced out a 13 1/4" 18 pitch, after tax it gong to run me about $350
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You might want to consider a cheaper route like the 17 p alum quicksilver black diamond for 115 bucks plus a 40 dollar hub insert,after which if you desire something better like ss are not limited to brand any brand as long as it uses that specific hub.If you bang something its a loss but no damage other than prop generally,then as you get used to the rig upgrade and keep that as a spare.It wont be doing much if over 50 anyway,so a performance loss of say 1 =1.5 mph to learn with is acceptable and can then use other props again they must use same type of hub like props not so interchangeable,yet much larger selection.
I happen to have a beat up 19 p ss 13 spline but for an omc havnt a clue if it would work,splines may be farther back on uki?

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