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Ever spun a prop? If you haven't, you probably will. There is a great new product, called Hank Parker's Prop-Aid, that will help boaters with a spun prop, return to port. Hank Parker's Prop-Aid replaces the prop's retainer washer and re-establishes enough torque to the prop for low speed operation (up to 2500 rpm.)

Hank Parker's Prop-Aid is machined on state-of-the-art equipment of high grade marine aluminum to tight tolerances for quality performance. Quick and easy installation takes only a few minutes. Sizes are available to fit most outboard and inboard / outboard motors. To request more information about Hank Parker's Prop-Aid click here.

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Ever spun a prop? If you haven't, you probably will. There is a great new product, called Hank Parker's Prop-Aid, that will help boaters with a spun prop, return to port. Hank Parker's ...

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What is a "Spun Prop" or "Spun-Hub"? In years past, props were a one piece design, using a shear pin, placed through the prop hub and drive shaft, as a means of both driving the ...

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