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Autoprop Parts Including Puller
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 Posted: 01-02-2012 06:41 am
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I have a used H5 Autoprop missing 1 blade. The prop is in excellent shape with the SS bearings replaced recently. I lost the blade due to my mistake of not bending over the locking tab after adjusting one of the blades during the winter haulout.  I was thinking this might be a good spare for anyone needing parts for this model prop. Also I have the prop puller that I'm willing to sell also. I believe this puller will fit all models.



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If this prop still available?  I lost a blade as well and am looking for parts.


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Yes, it's still available.

Thanks,
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Thanks Andrew, I am interested in the prop. I have a puller already. Do you have the Model Number diameter and/or shaft size? Mine is for an IP35.
I am at work but will be home Friday afternoon to check the numbers on my auto prop.
How much were you thinking for the prop?
Thanks again.
Stephen



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Stephen-

The model number is AP2243RH and it's a 1" shaft.

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Thanks Andrew. Unfortunately I have a 1 1/4" shaft. I guess we both have a box of brass weight! I was thinking of contacting Autoprop to see the cost of buying 1 blade and the assorted bearings. Did you reach out to them before?
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I did reach out them when I was at the Annapolis boat show this year. The cost of a new blade was close to $2000.00.

I know we have different shaft sizes but I wonder if the blades would still fit?

 



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Is the prop puller still available?  If so, please describe it.

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It has a large bolt that runs through the center of the puller. And it has tapped holes around the puller to tighten the puller where the holes are for the zinc. I purchased the puller from A&B Marine in RI. http://ab-marine.com/node/1. I have used it many times to remove my prop and it has worked great.



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