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Comprop 4-Blade Propeller Solid Hub, 12.7 dia x 19 pitch Right Hand, M4549K
Item No. 314463
Comprop 4-Blade Propeller Solid Hub, 12.7 dia x 19 pitch Right Hand, M4549K is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 8.
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Comprop 4-Blade Propeller Solid Hub, 12.7 dia x 19 pitch Right Hand, M4549K

Comprop 4-Blade Propeller Solid Hub, 12.7 dia x 19 pitch Right Hand, M4549K is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 8.
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Item No. 314463
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Four-blade Comprops are used as original equipment by many boat manufacturers such as Regal, Wellcraft, and Four Winns. Comprops run fast and smooth, while providing excellent cornering characteristics. You'll also find outstanding acceleration and quick on-plane times with these new props. Comprops are made of a high-tech composite that resists leading edge dings common to aluminum propellers. If you have a high speed prop strike, the Comprop blades are designed to break and absorb much of the shock, reducing costly drive train repairs. (It costs much less to replace a Comprop than a lower unit.) At prices up to 40% lower than aluminum props and up to 80% less than stainless steel, Comprop simply can't be beat for low cost and high performance. Boats and applications vary widely. When replacing a propeller use one of similar size and pitch to achieve similar performance. IMPORTANT NOTICE: If application is more than 225 shaft hp or boat is more than 21' long or 3,000 lbs. in weight, then a Comprop is recom-mended at reduced power only. 15 tooth, 4" hub
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  • High-tech composite resists leading edge dings
  • Breaks and absorbs shock
  • Reduces costly drive train repairs
Unit Weight 8.00 lb
Brand Composite Marine
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Composite Prop I fish a small technical poling skiff which does not allow for a lot of storage. So I did not want a heavy stainless steel spare prop to occupy the limited space I have. This composite prop is so light it’s ridiculous and because it’s composite I don’t care as much about it banging around in the hatch. Suits my needs perfectly and it’s great spun hub insurance.
Date published: 2019-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 4 blade composite 19" pictch prop outboard motor $ save for boater who hit things - saves replacing lower drive unit !
Date published: 2015-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly recommended I run my boat in a river where the bottom is constantly changing. This prop provides great performance and protection. When I accidently strike something it protects the motor and even when severly damaged gets me back to the ramp.
Date published: 2012-07-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from pitch and dia not comparable to ss or al Pitch and dia. are not comparable to SS or Al props. Don't think you can swap a Comprop for a similar size SS or Al prop. You may overrev your engine if you use the same pitch Comprop. Comprop information is not helpful.
Date published: 2012-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it! Easily installed, fit great. Right in my budget too. Gonna order another to have a back up!
Date published: 2011-07-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for Price is good and prop looks great. Runs smooth without vibration but as for performance, the prop slips excessively and ventilates much easier than my stock Black Max. Best use is as a spare. 2 stars if you are looking for performance 5 stars if you want a inexpensive spare.
Date published: 2011-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 'Plastic' 4 blade vs Aluminium 3 blade The prop fitted the shaft perfectly first time, the acceleration showed a marked improvement although there was a slight loss of top speed, this may be that there is a more suitable pitched blade. I will probably buy another as an experiment as there appear to be 5 different ones that fit my OBM. At 30% of the price of a makers alloy prop, who cares!
Date published: 2010-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Spare Prop I like to keep a spare prop on board at all times - you never know when you will hit something or snag a line.
Date published: 2009-09-17
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This came with the boat when i got it but the prop on my motor is damaged I have a 1995 mercury 120 h and the prop is 23" pitch will this 19 inch pitched prop be ok with my motor

Asked by: Robert
We unfortunately can not supply a 'yes' or 'no' answer to your question. In a generalization for boat props, you need to know what the recommended operating range/redline is for the motor and also what RPM the current prop is spinning at when in the water during wide-open throttle(WOT). From there, you can determine if you can lower the pitch rate for a higher RPM or go with a higher pitch rate for a lower RPM. Each inch of pitch size will change the RPM by 150-200 RPM. So as a theoretical scenario, the operating range of your motor is 4750-5250 RPM and the 23" pitch prop spins at 4550 RPM. When estimating at the higher end, a 4" smaller prop will raise the RPM by 800 which means 5350 RPM. A 19" prop in this situation is spinning too fast for the motor, so a 1 to 2-inch change would be better suited for an operating range of 4750-5250 or can go 3 inches if you want to push towards the upper range. You may want to consult with Mercury regarding the specs for your motor and help determine what pitch rate may be safe for the said motor.
Answered by: Product Specialist
Date published: 2020-09-10
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