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Mercury 1997 40 hp.

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Any help appreciated. I have a 1997 Mercury 40hp tiller. I have never changed the prop and want to get one soon (took another chip out of it this past weekend). Anyway. I have the boat at the lake and did not look at the number on the prop. mad.gif... Would anyone know the pitch of the prop that motor would have stock or does that all depend on many variables?? I have the motor on a 1998 Alumacraft Dominator which weighs in around 1100 pounds I guess with everything in it. Any help would be appreciated. I do not know too much about this stuff I guess....

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It depends on too many variables. One could guess, but the best bet is to wait and get a replacement for what you have, presuming you're happy with the performance.

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