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Re: High Thrust Prop for Tohatsu 9.9 on Nonsuch 22

Going to the 10x7, is close to changing 4 quarters for a dollar. It's best to try it, before you buy it.
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Re: High Thrust Prop for Tohatsu 9.9 on Nonsuch 22

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Going to the 10x7, is close to changing 4 quarters for a dollar. It's best to try it, before you buy it.
Incorrect. Look at one of the HT props. HUGE blades, negative rake... Moves a LOT of water at slow speeds. Dee http://www.rubexprops.com/prop-info/...ust-propeller/

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I have the smaller one for the 4/6 HP and it is a wonderfully propeller with performance that is pretty close to that of using a jet-drive lower unit

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I have the smaller one for the 4/6 HP and it is a wonderfully propeller with performance that is pretty close to that of using a jet-drive lower unit
Indeed. The 3-blade unit for the 4/5/6 is very good. Just not as sophisticated as the 4-blade units for the 8/9,8 and 9.9/15/18

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Re: High Thrust Prop for Tohatsu 9.9 on Nonsuch 22

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I have a Nonsuch 22 sailboat (+/- 4,900lb) with a 1994 Tohatsu 9.9 EPL (Longshaft/2 Stroke) with a factory #8 3 blade prop (9.2" D X 7.8"P)

I desire to upgrade to a 4 blade high thrust prop. I feel there is too much slip with the stock 3 blade prop.

My first choice is the Tohatsu 4 blade 10"DX7"P high thrust (Part#3ZOB645143)

I am also aware that Solas offers two 4 blade high thrust props for this motor:
- 10"DX7"P (Part#5113-100-07)
- 10"DX5"P (Part#5113-100-05)

My first choice would be the Tohatsu.

Any advice would be appreciated.

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I have a 20 hp Tohatsu and changed it to your first choice the 4 blade 10"DX7"P I guess you could say i was over impressed as it gave me way to much bow lift. I switch back to the 3 blade that it came with and use the 4 blade as a spare now. For me on a 23 ft Irwin was more than i needed that being said I'm a bit over powered anyway.
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