21502141

Turning Point Hustler Aluminum Left-Hand Propeller - 14 x 21 - 4-Blade

Turning Point Hustler Aluminum Left-Hand Propeller - 14 x 21 - 4-Blade
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Hustler® Aluminum Propeller
90hp to 300hp w/ 4-3/4" Gearcase

Size: 14 x 21 - 4-Blade
Operation: Left Hand

Note: A Hub Kit is required for installation of this propeller. See the Turning Point Selection Chart or the Prop Wizard™ for hub kit selection.

Incorporating the most efficient design features from high-performance stainless steel propellers, Hustler aluminum boat propellers run away from the competition. Hustler High Performance series propellers are the only aluminum propeller manufactured with performance enhancing vent holes. There's a Hustler propeller perfect for almost any boating application.

Features:
  • Performance Upgrade to OEM & Aftermarket Propellers
  • Squeeze Cast for Added Strength & Stainless Performance
  • Tuned Vents for Fast Hole Shot
  • Performance Tuned Rake and Progressive Pitch Angles
  • Improve Handling and Boat Lift
  • Long Lasting Finish
  • Uniquely engineered with two different blade geometries
  • First two blades increase hole shot and cornering
  • Second two blades increase high speed and maximum stern lift
  • Unmatched in cornering, acceleration, boat handling, and top speed
  • Best water sports and performance propeller in the market

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Turning Point Hustler Aluminum Left-Hand Propeller - 14 x 21 - 4-Blade 21502141 TURNING POINT HUSTLER AL LH PROPELLER 14 X 21 4-BLADE
$101.40
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