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3-Blade Replacement Prop for Bass Pro Shops Prowler T45/36 & T55/40 Trolling Motors

   

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3-Blade Replacement Prop for Bass Pro Shops® fits Prowler® T45/36 and T55/40.

  • Replacement prop for Prowler T45/36 and T55/40 Prowler Trolling Motor
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3-Blade Replacement Prop for Bass Pro Shops Prowler T45/36 & T55/40 Trolling Motors 4.1 5 17 17
does not fit MG T36 The text on the package said it fits a motorguide T36. It does not. The hub is the same size, as is the shaft, but the depth is wrong which leaves a gap between the prop and the motor. This gap is about 1/4" and any kind of weeds would eat this thing alive. I didn't even try it on the water, and called BP for a return label, which they agreed to. Other than that -, the nut looks like junk and would need a 3/8"-24 nylock and a washer to hold it on in reverse. Also, the prop is polycarbonate and does not look it would hold up for very long. But the not fitting a MG T36 was the dealbreaker. March 18, 2013
Basic Prop but falls off easily Basic Prop that works as designed. However, I have lost two of these props this year. On the second one, I made sure the prop nut was on very tightly and I check before and after each time I take the boat out. I just bought my third and put lock tight on the screws/prop nut in an attempt to insure it will stay on. If you hit any rocks, trees, the bottom, weeds or other objects you might want to pull up your motor and check and make sure the prop nut is still on tight.. October 26, 2010
it is an extra in case I lose my other prop I can't say much as I have not used the replacement prop as of yet. I bought it as a spare so that when and if I lose my present prop I will have a backup. So for now at least it is sitting in a box that I take with me on my fishing trips. I am positive it will work just fine when I need it and thank you for your interest. October 13, 2010
driver I have lost two of these motor guide props, nut will work loose over time, replace nut with a 3/8 24 fine thread nylon lock nut with stainless fender washer,, July 28, 2011
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No, this is just for the Prowler.
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This is the correct replacement prop for the TSW55/36B?
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These plastic props are garbage.
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At this time, we do not make an aluminum prop for the Prowler Trolling Motors. Thanks
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For those still wondering, it did come with a 1/8" diam pin and a plastic hand nut that screamed "replace me with a 3/8-24 nylock nut".
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Prop nut and pin included.
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Yes, this model will also work for the T50/36 models. Thanks
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MinKota

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Would it fit the 55lb thrust minkota?
Why don't minkota make a tri blade?
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Unfortunately, this will not work for Minn Kota trolling motors. This is only for Bass Pro Prowler trolling motors.
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3 Blades have less vibration and better low speed control, and more weed resistant, 4 are even better. 2 blade props are for faster speeds, but in the weeds they tend to get wrapped up more.
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More power, more control.
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think so
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Worked on my older 71lb 24v. Direct replacement for stock prop. Has 3.5" hub so should work for all MG's with 3.5" hubs.
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what other options

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I bought a 55lbs foot controlled prowler trolling motor is this the only prop that will fit. Mine has two blades where the edges are starting to roll up.
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should fit and give better power and control
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When I called about to replace my 55lb transom mount prop, I was asked whether I was 3 or 4 blades. I guess it depends on what came with for you.
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