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Turning Point Hustler Right Hand Aluminum Propeller -LE1/LE2-1413-4 - 14" x 13" - 4-Blade

Turning Point Hustler Right Hand Aluminum Propeller -LE1/LE2-1413-4 - 14" x 13" - 4-Blade
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Hustler® Right Hand Aluminum Propeller -LE1/LE2-1413-4 - 14" x 13" - 4-Blade

The Prop that put the "four" in Perfourmance! Turning Point's Four Blade Hustler revolutionized the aluminum propeller market when introduced over 6 years ago. No one had ever produced an aluminum propeller with two different blade shapes (we call it Dual Geometry) for 90-300+hp applications and a state-of-the-art Swept Cleaver design for 40-150hp applications. These props re-wrote the rules, proving that you can run a four blade that has unprecedented hole shot, handling, and rough water stability without the top-end speed loss you experience with other manufacturers' propellers.
The Huslter 4 blade series is perfect for any application that demands enhanced acceleration, cornering, and load carrying capabilities. This prop series is ideally suited for watersports, sterndrive boats, tri-toons, bay boats, and any vessel that can use stern lift. It is our best upgrade of older aluminum designs from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and '00's, and will outrun most newer props, including five blade ski props.
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Turning Point Hustler Right Hand Aluminum Propeller -LE1/LE2-1413-4 - 14" x 13" - 4-Blade 21431330 TURNING POINT HUSTLER AL RH PROPELLER 14 X 13 4-BLADE
$95.16
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