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Mate
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎05-12-2016

Propeller

I have an ETEC 250hp on a 24' tritoon. Prop was damaged last year and I find no markings other than Rebel to detrermine what I have. Looking for suggestions on what prop I should use. I pull tubes and want to go over 50mph(not while pulling tubes).

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Jim

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Admiral
Posts: 5,736
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: Propeller

 

 

HI Jim,

 

 

You can find the Rebel propeller size stamped on the aft end of the hub where the splined washer and propnut are fastened.

 

For your own research, click on the PERFORMANCE  REPORTS  on bottom of  the Evinrude website and peruse them for rigs similar to yours. Here is a hotlink to about 196 pontoon boat reports. You can narrow those down by selecting the various 250 HP models. You can also check with your dealer, the pre-delivery form that you signed with the dealer, often the prop size is on the bill of sale, or contact the pontoon boat manufacturer.

 

http://www.evinrude.com/en-us/tools/performance-reports-library?engineId=&boatBrandId=&boatTypeId=Po...

 

 

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