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I have a 1998 "new Mercury 15hp 4-stroke tiller short shaft.

I want a 4 blade stainless steel propeller (powertech propeller)

what pitch do I need for my LT15? ;D :p

I wanna pick yyour brains .....
 

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Sounds like you need to talk to the builder.
Contact CustomGheenoe and find out what they recommend.
They've probably had every combination of prop, motor and gheenoe
go through the shop at one time or another.
 

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whatever pitch stops the carb from leaking should work fine ;) ;) ;) :) :)
 

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whatever pitch stops the carb from leaking
are you thinking pine pitch?   ;)
;D ;D ;D Smartazzes.............I already had the propeller for my merc 15 4-stroke...I just want to know how much you guys' knowledge about the props.  :p

I have 3 stainless steel propellers to play with ;)

I just want to know how u guys do the math........with diameter, pitch, blade, rake and cupping. ;)
 

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showoff... ;D

Honest answer, I would have to do test rides with a tach and gps
until I found best speed/rpm/jackplate height combination.
 

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showoff... ;D

Honest answer, I would have to do test rides with a tach and gps
until I found best speed/rpm/jackplate height combination.
E-actly! :)
 
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