Solas Amita 4-Blade Prop, Pressed Rubber Hub / Aluminum, 14.5 dia x 17, RH
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Solas Amita 4-Blade Prop, Pressed Rubber Hub / Aluminum, 14.5 dia x 17, RH
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Solas Amita 4-Blade Prop, Pressed Rubber Hub / Aluminum, 14.5 dia x 17, RH

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Solas Amita propellers provide outstanding acceleration and top speed. Using a state of the art squeeze-casting process, plus theoretical calculations, geometry design, and modern CAD technologies, Solas prop construction is stronger and tougher than traditional die-cast products. This aluminum propeller has 4 layers of paint to ensure excellent anti-corrosion performance. Propellers are exposed to over 500 hours of testing in a saltwater spray tank, and this testing simulates more than 6 months of normal saltwater use. Traditional rubber hub is designed to resist vibration. Large blade design offers better thrust and is suitable for heavy boats.
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  • Outstanding acceleration and speed
  • Squeeze-casted propeller design
  • 4 layers of paint to ensure corrosion resistance
  • Rubber hub resists vibration
  • Exchangable Hub No
    Number of Blades 4
    Propeller Diameter 14.5 in
    Propeller Material Aluminum
    Propeller Pitch 17 in
    Rotation RH
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    Which engine will this prop fit?

    Asked by: Ford3910
    The Solas Amita 4-Blade Prop, Pressed Rubber Hub / Aluminum, 14.5 dia x 17, RH will fit the BRP, Johnson, Evinrude & OMC Stern Drive engines that are from 90 HP to 300 HP with a 4-3/4" Gearcase. The shaft must have a 15 tooth spline and this propeller allows for the thru hub exhaust. The years range from 1976 to 2016 depending on the engine application.
    Answered by: Steve
    Date published: 2018-03-17
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