McGard® Propeller Lock
- Anti-theft device
- Naval brass and hardened stainless steel construction
- Maximum security for 24-hour protection
Model 74039 fits stern drives:
- MerCruiser: Alpha 1, Bravo 1(Including X & XR), TRS
- OMC Cobra and King Cobra
- Mercury/Mariner 70 HP and larger (2 stroke)
- Mercury 50 HP and larger (4 stroke) (except 225 HP 4 stroke before 2005)
- Johnson/Evinrude 150 HP and larger (2 stroke)
- All Yamaha
- Honda 75 HP and larger
- Suzuki 40 HP and larger
- Yamaha 115 HP and larger
- Johnson/Evinrude 150 HP and larger (4 stroke)
Rated 5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BJGray So far so good Lock was very easy to install, took 5 mins no problems. November 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by KYKenny relatively cheap insurance Very easy to install with the supplied "key", which is a special socket. All you need is an adjustable wrench. It appears that there are many different "keys" so this should be a quite secure setup. One note, you will not be able to use a prop nut retainer. September 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassmansam prop lock forever. I bought one 10 yrs ago and still working good. Easy to put on or take off with a special tool that Bass pro shop has. feeling safe is #1. February 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by skeeter69 Great Investment I purchased my new McGard Prop Lock today because I have used them in the past with great success. When someone else is complaining about their prop being stolen, I always recomend McGard. With the cost of new stainless props being around $700, $50 dollars seems like a small price to pay for a little piece of mind. June 10, 2010
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Details:If you have this lock, how is it protected from thieves? If they are the Pro's, could they have a key to fit the lock or are they totally keyed different to eliminate this problem?
A:looks like there are many different keys
A:If thieves try to steal the prop, the stainless barrel of the lock/nut just spins, no matter how much they try to wrench on it. You have to have the McGard key and socket wrench to remove. You should keep your key with you not your boat. No worries about different keys.
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