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-   -   Can I get my props?? (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=72644)

johns 06-27-2003 9:51 AM

I dinged up the prop on my 02 super air. I am thinking of getting a full prop kit that includes the prop puller and other accessories. I am thinking of going back to the OEM 14x18 1-1/8" right hand OJ prop unless comeone could convice me otherwise. Who has the best price on the OJ Prop kit?

wakejunky 06-27-2003 1:57 PM

Actually, the 03' have a 13 x 16 for the Team and a 13 x 17.5 on the Limiteds. <BR>I picked up a slick prop puller from Discount Inboard Marine. <BR><a href="http://www.skidim.com" target="_blank">www.skidim.com</a> <BR> <BR> <BR>Chris <BR>No Slip Gator Grip <BR><a href="http://www.wakejunky.com" target="_blank">www.wakejunky.com</a>

xxxlair 06-27-2003 3:37 PM

Your '02 TE should have an Acme prop on it, as it was standard in '02. I would highly recommend NOT going to an OJ 4 blade as they...well suck. Get another Acme, I think they make a puller/prop kit.

tclagggym 06-29-2003 8:42 AM

I put an OJ 14x18 and can't tell any difference.

wakejunky 06-29-2003 5:37 PM

It's not to say that OJ doesn't make a good prop, it's just that the hand pitched props aren't as precise as the CNC'ed props. Randy at Perfect Pass mentioned that the new CNC props hold speed a little better because they are very true but, it's not say that an OJ or any other good prop won't do a good job. <BR> <BR>Chris <BR>No Slip Gator Grip <BR><a href="http://www.wakejunky.com" target="_blank">www.wakejunky.com</a>

tclagggym 06-29-2003 10:29 PM

Chris, SAN03 have a 14X18 prop. <BR>John, you don't really need a prop puller kit, save your money. Just buy the puller.

bruce 06-30-2003 6:16 AM

Get your prop repaired for $75 bucks and forget about it.


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