For the difference between Aluminum and Stainless Steel propellers, please see our F.A.Q. section listed at the bottom of the page, or click here.
For the differences between a 3-Blade vs. a 4-Blade propeller, please see our F.A.Q. section listed at the bottom of the page, or click here.
Please note: If you are moving from a 3-Blade to a 4-Blade and you want to keep the same RPM's, the pitch of the 4-Blade will need to be adjusted down by 1"-2". For example: if you currently have a 3-Blade 19" propeller, a 4-Blade 18" or 17" propeller would maintain the same RPM's.
Please check which rotation you require before ordering. The most common rotation for propellers is Right-hand.
In order to check which rotation your propeller is, please determine if it turns clockwise or counter-clockwise. When looking at the propeller from rear (aft) of the boat towards the front (bow), a Right-Hand (RH) propeller turns clockwise whereas a Left-Hand (LH) propeller turns counter-clockwise.
It's important to determine what pitch your existing propeller is. If you want to maintain the same RPM's (and they are within the recommended range for your engine), then choose the same pitch. However, if you want to increase or decrease your RPM's then you would adjust your pitch accordingly.
The general rule is that every 1" of pitch adjusts your wide-open-throttle (WOT) RPM's by 150 - 200. If pitch is decreased, then RPM's will increase. If pitch is increased, RPM's will decrease. For example, if you change from a 19" pitch propeller to a 17" propeller (with the same amount of blades), your RPM's will increase by 300-400.
If you're switching from a 3-blade propeller to a 4-blade propeller, you will want to decrease your pitch by 1-2" to achieve the same RPM's. For example, if you have a 3-blade propeller with 17" pitch, you will then use a 4-blade propeller with 15 or 16" pitch.
For more information on pitch, please see our F.A.Q. section listed at the bottom of the page, or click here.
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