Rite-Hite Polymer Prop Wrench
don't bank on it
carried it thinking it was insurance on the water of it was needed. it is not! plastic is way to soft... wouldn't budge the prop nut that was properly torque-wrenched on. it only spread and stripped. disappointed.
May 22, 2013
Not a practical tool
The polymer wrench is a one time solution to a continuing situation. Although I did get the prop nut loose the socket of the wrench did strip slightly. The wrench is a waste of resources and money. A regular 1 1/16 socket with a 1/2 inch drive is a much better use of money and resources and cost just a little more. Plus the 1/2 inch drive and 1 1/16 socket can be used for a varity of projects and is a much more useful tool for your tool box. The public would be better served if they were advised or offerred a 1 1/16deep socket and 1/2 inch drive. I paid $24.00 for a good drive and socket.
April 14, 2011
fits my needs
needed prop wrench to carry in boat for emergency change outs.plastic material it is made with is softer than I think it should be.if it was used very much I do not think it would hold up.
May 21, 2010
Product appears to be of good quality. Product fits 1-1/16" prop nut and is advertised to fit Mercury engines over 50HP. I should have checked size on my prop before ordering but I didn't, I have a 60HP and thought it would work. Mine requires a 15/16" wrench, so now I will have return shipping on this item.
March 31, 2010