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Walter Machine Plate Puller

Walter Propeller Pullers quickly and safely remove...

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Walter Propeller Pullers quickly and safely remove propellers. For more than 5 decades Walter propeller pullers have been indispensable to commercial divers, boat owners and marine service departments. Any boat on extended cruising with a spare propeller and puller aboard can avoid costly, aggravating and time consuming delays due to a bent or ... Prices Starting At: $142.99

PropSmith Propeller Pusher & Puller

The PropSmith is the only tool that is both a prop...

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PropSmith Propeller Pusher & Puller
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The PropSmith is the only tool that is both a prop puller and a prop pusher, the PropSmith is the preferred tool of marine professionals for simple, secure installation and removal of inboard propellers, regardless of the number of blades or diameter. PropSmiths are used and recommended by quality-conscious yacht builders such as Viking, Hatteras,... Prices Starting At: $746.99

Buck Algonquin Prop Knockers

Buck Algonquin Prop Knockers - Propeller Removal T...

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Buck Algonquin Prop Knockers - Propeller Removal Tool The Buck Algonquin Prop Knocker is a special tool designed to “Pop your Prop”. Just remove your propeller nuts and thread this part on the end of your shaft. Give the casting a few taps and your propeller will work its way loose. The Buck Algonquin Prop Knocker is made of Nibral and threaded... Prices Starting At: $40.99

ACME Prop Puller

The Acme 228S Prop Puller is a one piece stainless...

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The Acme 228S Prop Puller is a one piece stainless steel casting that is able to pull any 3 or 4 blade ski boat prop with a 1" thru 1 1/8'' prop shaft diameter. VERY IMPORTANT PRECAUTION: When using a inboard prop puller always leave a nut on the shaft threads remove no more then half the thread length so that when the prop breaks loose the nut ca... Prices Starting At: $70.99

Changing Your Propeller

Boating enthusiasts know that for all the wonderful times and adventures they have on their water craft, there is also a maintenance aspect that must be considered.  One periodic task that must be taken care of is changing out an old propeller for a new one.  This is not a frequent job; it needs to be done only when the existing propeller shows serious signs of wear or when it has been subject to an accident or some kind of malfunction.  Of course, some boaters also change their propellers simply to get better performance from their water craft.

Boat Propeller Pullers: A Handy Tool

The most useful tools a boater could have in this situation include boat propeller pullers.  With such a tool, the task of removing the old propeller becomes much simpler.

How to Use a Boat Prop Puller

Using boat prop pullers is not difficult, but for the job to go well, it requires a little advance planning.  First, take a pencil and use it to mark where the old propeller lies in the propulsion system.  You will use this mark later to make sure that the new propeller is seated in exactly the same location.

After that it is time to get the old propeller ready to remove. The first step is to turn the propeller slowly while you hold on to a ratchet around the retaining nut.  Do not loosen the nut 100 per cent of the way.  When the propeller is loose, it is time to use the prop puller, which is used to remove the existing propeller from the shaft it normally sits on.

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