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Changing a prop on a Yamaha 115 Four-Stroke

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Hey guys, we recent purchased a new propeller (housing) for our yamaha, and we're not sure how to go about getting the hub kit out of the old one? Probably a stupid/ignorant question, but a question nonetheless! Thanks for your help guys!

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It depends on what kind of propeller you have on your boat already. Some of them Wont come out and some will. If it is a hustler propeller it will just drop right out if not then I’m guessing it won’t. Do you know what prop is on your boat?? What kind of prop did you buy??

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I'm not sure to be honest, I think it's a yamaha stock prop, my dad was the one who bought it, and he has no idea. I'm trying to put a hustler on though. The hub kits look slightly different, so would I be better off just buying a hustler hub kit?

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The stock prop only has a thrust washer. The Hustler must be installed with the proper hub kit for your motor. Most props do not use a hub kit.

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Yes, Just go get a hustler hub kit. If the prop that is on your boat isnt a hustler then the hub kit wont fit anyways. So you are just better off getting a new one.

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