Quicksilver Propellers for Mercury/Mariner Outboards

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Model QA2106R Black Diamond

QA2106R

Diameter & Pitch:
10-3/8" X 13"

Engine Mfg:
Mercury & Mariner
  • $137.99

  • SKU: 962904

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Model QA2128R Black Diamond

QA2128R

Diameter & Pitch:
9" X 9"

Engine Mfg:
Mercury & Mariner
  • $108.99

  • SKU: 962905

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Model QS5166R Silverado

QS5166X

Diameter & Pitch:
10.5" X 13"

Engine Mfg:
Mercury & Mariner
  • $382.99

  • SKU: 962946

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These Quicksilver® propellers come with the Flo Torq I hub. Match the year/type/hp of your motor to find correct models, then match the diameter x pitch for correct application.
Model QA2128R - 6, 8, 9.9 hp two-strokes 1986 & newer, 10, and 15 hp SeaPro/Marathon 1995 & newer 9.9 Sail Power (Not BigFoot) hp four-strokes all years, 15 hptwo & four-strokes 1989 & newer 9.9 Sail Power four-strokes all years.
Model QA2106R - 9.9 & 15 hp four-strokes all years, 25 h.p. Mercury two-stroke 1980 & newer(Also Sea Pro), 18 hp Mercury 1980-85, 25 hp Mariner two-stroke1985 & newer (Also Marathon), 20 hp Mercury 1985 & newer.
All others on this page - 402-500 Model Mercury 1974-76, 35-55 hp 1977 & newer, 650 Model Mercury 1972-76, 60 hp Mariner 1976, 402-500-700 Model Mercury 1977-84, 60 hp two-stroke (Not BigFoot) 1978 and newer, 25 hp BigFootfour-stroke all years, 70 hp 1983 and older, 30 hp 1994 and newer & SeaPro/Marathon all years.
Please note: 1976 and older applications require replacement of attaching hardware with prop kit sold below.

Quicksilver Propellers for Mercury/Mariner Outboards 5 5 1 1
Works great I bought an extra prop to have and it worked out nice. I do some river boating and have "dinged" up my props before and while I'm getting it repaired, I put this one on to run with. Works great, good quality and well worth having an extra around. April 14, 2009
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Here is information about the difference in prop material:

Material — Composite boat props offer good performance, are durable, and inexpensive. They also offer some protection for your lower unit during a prop strike. Aluminum props are the most common and are suitable for the widest range of applications since there are so many models and styles available. Stainless steel props offer the highest performance and best durability.

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2006 Tracker pro team 170 TX. 2006 Mercury 4 stroke 9.9 EL
Cannot upgrade motor due to horsepower restricted lakes.

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Currently maxes out at 2k rpm with stock prop.
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To find the correct fit/model you will need to know the horsepower. Here is a link to the manufacturer web site that will walk you through the steps to get the correct model: http://www.qsprops.com/prop-selector/#. Thanks
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Here is a link to the manufacturer web site that will help you in selecting the correct prop or find the correct diameter and pitch: http://www.qsprops.com/prop-selector/#. Thanks
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I feel that aluminum is good for my needs
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I have a 1976 Mercury Model 110, 9.8hp outboard. The prop is kinda wore and I need a new one.
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