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Looking for a little help on this topic. I've been searching hard for some answers and I can't find the answers I'm looking for. I recently purchased a 2014 Gheenoe LT25 and threw a 2014 20hp Mercury 4 stroke on her.

Boat weight = 270lbs
Motor Weight = approx. 115
Two people & Gear = approx. 400lbs

I know I want a stainless steel prop. What pitch / size should I go with? Are there any preferred manufacturers?

I am completely green when it comes to this stuff, so ANY advice would be appreciated
 

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i have a stainless prop on mine and get about the same performance as before..

save your money unless your speed is just way off.

i cant get over 30-32, with a 25 hp.

with your 20 you should be getting up to 25, then theres not much else you can do
 

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Looking for a little help on this topic. I've been searching hard for some answers and I can't find the answers I'm looking for. I recently purchased a 2014 Gheenoe LT25 and threw a 2014 20hp Mercury 4 stroke on her.

Boat weight = 270lbs
Motor Weight = approx. 115
Two people & Gear = approx. 400lbs

I know I want a stainless steel prop. What pitch / size should I go with? Are there any preferred manufacturers?

I am completely green when it comes to this stuff, so ANY advice would be appreciated
Im picking up the exact same set up. Pugar advised me to go with the PT SRT 9.5x 11. He said 28mph is possible with this prop.
 
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