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Prop Question 1 year 11 months ago #134488

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I have a decent prop I was trying to sell but not sure what Chrysler Motors it fits. It came off a 70s 105 h.p. so I only advertised it for a 105 . I was surprised that I couldn't sell it for what I was asking, so I thought maybe I should broaden the span. Can anyone tell me what other motors it fits?

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Prop Question 1 year 11 months ago #134494

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Do you have any local prop repair shops in your region? My local prop shop seems to have lots of this type of cross reference information when I have a prop question. Just a thought, since I don’t know the answer.
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Prop Question 1 year 11 months ago #134495

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Use the number on the hub if it has one. If it doesn't, If you query your motor brand, year and HP, you'll get some hits of props for sale at some supply places, then choose your pitch ", then you'll get a part number, then query, " xxxxxx propeller what boat motors will it fit" this is what came up when I chose the 17" pitch and got the Michigan prop info. Prop MD had the list below. More choices!

Fits: Force, Chrysler, U.S Marine 3 blade aluminum props
75-140 HP (One piece lower unit)
75HP Std. & Charger 1980-1984
85HP Std. & Charger 1978-1989
90HP 1983-1984
100HP 1979-1984
105HP 1977-1978; 1982
115HP Std. & Charger 1978-1984
120HP 1977
125HP 1977; 1982; 1985-1989
135HP 1977
140HP 1978-1984
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First, do no harm!
It's a lot easier to buy a boat than sell a boat.(Stole this from a member!)
All that work and hardware store mailbox letters for the hull? Tsk tsk..
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