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Ok... So I've changed props several times on my 25yam 2 smoke.... Sometimes it was testing and tune.... other times it was due to an unfortunate mishap.

My question is is there a certain Torque or specific way to tighten your prop down.... More specifically 2013 Tohatsu 30 hp.


One of those unfortunate mishaps.... Hehehehe
 

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Ok... So I've changed props several times on my 25yam 2 smoke.... Sometimes it was testing and tune.... other times it was due to an unfortunate mishap.

My question is is there a certain Torque or specific way to tighten your prop down.... More specifically 2013 Tohatsu 30 hp.


One of those unfortunate mishaps.... Hehehehe
Yes there will be a torque specification that the prop should be set to. It can be found in some owners manual and all shop manuals. Sorry I don't work on tohatsu or I would give you the specification.
 

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There's normally a buoy attached to the other end to keep that from happening and to get a visual  :eek:

Really? That what they are for?? I thought they were there for us to slalom through
Your the one who posted the pic of the trap wrapped around your prop. Can't say it has ever happened to me. Just giving you hard time man..
 
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