The Minn Kota Weedless Wedge 2 Prop movies through heavy vegetation, even at slow speeds.
Motor Diameter: 3 - 5 / 8"
Prop Nut Kit: "A"
Compatible with Motor Models With Serial Number Prefix "WW"
55AT, 55AT/H, 70AT, TERROVA 55, TERROVA 55/US2, TERROVA 55/AP, TERROVA 55/AP/US2, MAX 55/SC, MAX 55, MAX 55/SC/H, MAX 70, MAX 70/H/3X,
MAX 70/SC, MAX 70/SC/H, MAX 70/US, MAX 55T, MAX 70T, 50PD v2, 55PD v2, 55PD V2/US2, 55PD V2/AP, 55PD V2/AP/US2, 65PD V2, 70PD V2, 70PD V2/AP ,
70PD V2/AP/US2, 54PD V2 pontoon, 68PD V2 pontoon, 55HC pontoon, 70HC pontoon, 50PD, 55PD/AP, 55PD/AP/US, 55PD/US, 65PD, 70PD, 70PD/AP, 70PD/US, 70PD/AP/US, VECTOR 46, VECTOR 55, VECTOR 55/3X, VECTOR 70, VECTOR 70/3X, EDGE 45, EDGE 55, EDGE 55/H, EDGE 70, ENDURA 46, ENDURA 50, ENDURA 55, ENDURA PRO 46, ENDURA PRO 55, CAMO 55XL, RT 55/ST/CP , RT 55/ST/CP/AP, RT 55/SP/CP, RT 55/SP/CP/AP, RT 70/SP/CP, RT 70/SP/CP/AP, RT 55/SM /L&D, RT 55/SM/L&D/SC, RT 55/SM/L&D/3X, RT 55/SM/BG/3X, RT 70/SM/L&D/SC , RT 55/SE/L&D, RT 70/SE/L&D, RT 55/B/H, RT55/B/SC/L&D, RT55/B/L&D/3X, RT55/B/3X, RT65/B/SC, RT65/B/SC/L&D/3X, RT 70/B/H, RT 70/SC, RT50/S, RT55/S, MK55EM, RT 55EM, TRAXXIS 70, TRAXXIS 55, TRAXXIS 55/SC
Motor Diameter: 4"
Prop Nut Kit: "E"
Fits Motor Models With Serial Number Prefix "WW"
TERROVA 80, TERROVA 80/US2, TERROVA 80/AP, TERROVA 80/AP/US2, TERROVA 101, TERROVA 101/US2, TERROVA 101/AP, TERROVA 101/AP/US2, MAX 80, MAX 80/BG /US2, MAX 80/US, MAX 80/H/3X, MAX 101, MAX 101/US, MAX 101/h, MAX 101/H/3X, MAX PRO 80, MAX PRO 80/BG /US2, MAX PRO 80/US, MAX PRO 101, MAX PRO 101/BG /US2, MAX PRO 101/US, MAX 80T, MAX 80/H, 80PD, 80PD/AP, 80PD/US, 80PD/AP/US, VECTOR 80/3X, VECTOR 101/3X, VANTAGE 80, VANTAGE 101, RT80/ST /CP, RT80/ST/CP/AP, RT101/ST/CP/AP, RT PRO 80, RT PRO 101, RT80/SM/L&D, RT80/SM/BG, RT80SM/BG/3X, RT80/SM/L&D/3X, RT101/SM/BG, RT101/SM/BG/3X, RT80/B, RT80/B/L&D, RT80/B/3X, RT80/B/L&D/3X, RT80/S, RT80/S/3X, RT101/B, RT101/B/3X, RT 101/S, RT101/S/3X, RT80/AP, MK80EM, MK101EM, MK160EM, MK202EM, RT 80EM, RT 101EM, RT 160EM, RT 202EM, RT101/SF, RT80/SF, FORTREX 101/US2, FORTREX 101, FORTREX 80/US2, FORTREX 80, TRAXXIS 80
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