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Gents,

I have a 112v Ulterra and was looking to pick up a back up prop which only led to more questions.

There is like 8 seedless prop, a couple power prop, all with few reviews.

what do you guys run?

thanks

Al

 

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Minn Kota weedless wedge 2 !

 

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I am only running a 45 lb thrust Motorguide with a three blade prop. I know a fellow that repairs trolling motors for a living. I asked him about the two vs three blade props. He said you are always better off with a three blade as it is much more weedless.

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The MK prop is indestructible. Pick up a package of shear pins. Once a shear pin gets bent, it will cause the unit to be noisy and vibrate.

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10 minutes ago, LoweStinger said:

Minn Kota weedless wedge 2 !

 

This is also what I have but really only because that's that came on mine, curious to hear other responses

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6 hours ago, slonezp said:

The MK prop is indestructible. Pick up a package of shear pins. Once a shear pin gets bent, it will cause the unit to be noisy and vibrate.

I can show you some pretty beat up MK props...

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13 minutes ago, Further North said:

I can show you some pretty beat up MK props...

I agree they can get chewed up but I bet none are missing ears.

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2 hours ago, slonezp said:

I agree they can get chewed up but I bet none are missing ears.

You'd be right.  I swap 'em out at some point, just cuz I don't don't like how they look.

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Just get the weedless wedge 2 and a couple shear pins. You probably wont need the prop but the pins are key.

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