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MotorGuide's® standard propeller, the 3-Blade Machete® III Prop features a 3-1/2'' tapered hub design which makes it extremely fast and incredibly efficient. The prop's weedless performance is outstanding and it's a good fit on a wide range of motors, including 12, 24 and 36-volt motors. The kit includes a 3-Blade Machete III Prop, prop nut and prop pin.

  • 3.5" tapered hub
  • Fast and efficient
  • Weedless design


Manufacturer model #: MGA089B.

MotorGuide® Machete® III 3-Blade Prop Kit 3.7 5 15 15
In Stock, Fast Delivery The company came through. It was received on the date given. June 21, 2011
prop nut junk 'prop nut broke while screwing on by hand. Not well made. June 13, 2011
Just what I wanted This fit the bill, was easy to install and works as I expected it to. Enough said. May 3, 2011
great buy this prop was extremely easy to install and run quiet. October 19, 2010
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This prop fits 3 1/2" diameter trolling motors. The thrust of the trolling motors is irrelevant.
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If your hub is a 3 and one half inch diameter, (3 1/2" ) then it will fit.

The thrust doesn't matter, only the hub size. If it's not 3 1/2" then it will be a 3" and this prop will not fit a 3" hub, it will only fit a 3 1/2" hub {...size matters :-}

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Why doesn't Motorguide make this to fit 3inch diamature motors?
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Most likely do to keeping their props fit the line of equipment they made in the past.
This will fit most of their recent models.
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