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Turning Point Aegis AE-1421 Stainless Steel Right-Hand Propeller - 14.25 X 21 - 3-Blade

Turning Point Aegis AE-1421 Stainless Steel Right-Hand Propeller - 14.25 X 21 - 3-Blade
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Aegis AE-1421 Stainless Steel Right-Hand Propeller - 14.25 X 21 - 3-Blade

The Aegis™ Propeller System uses unique geometry to produce a propeller that will minimize the potential damage from a prop strike to marine mammals, turtles,and other sea life at low boat speeds.It will also reduce the occurrences of incidental contact injury by bathers and boaters when the boat is at idle or stopped.Turning Point Aegis™ stainless steel
boat propellers are designed for 40-250+hp outboards and sterndrive applications.

Features:
  • Sea Life Friendly
  • Patented Safer Prop Technology
  • Reduced Incidental At Rest Or Idle
  • Smooth Running Dynamic Balance
  • TP17 Stainless Steel
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Turning Point Aegis AE-1421 Stainless Steel Right-Hand Propeller - 14.25 X 21 - 3-Blade 32502110 TURNING POINT AEGIS SS RH PROPELLER 14.25 X 21 3-BLADE
$318.75
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