If you are shopping for a high performance outboard propeller, you might want to consider investing in a Vortex propeller from Michigan Wheel Marine. With so many different propellers on the market today, choosing an outboard propeller to guide your boat through the water can be a time-consuming task. Review some of the key features of Vortex propellers and replace your old propeller with one that utilizes high performance blade geometry.
You need to know what type of propeller will work for your boat before you make an investment. Vortex propellers are available for a wide range of different applications. The propellers are compatible with 20 to 70 HP engines as well as V6 and V8. With the A, B, C, D, and E Series options, you can choose between the 3-blade and 4-blade propeller. As you can see, your options are extremely flexible when you choose Vortex.
Prevent Lower Unit Damage
All Vortex propellers come with an XHS Exchangeable Hub System. This system will help prevent unnecessary damage underneath your boat by absorbing the impact and the stress that is caused by shifting gears while you are on the water. This hub is urethane-cushioned and will spin under significant impact so that you can extend the life of your boat. It’s flare design is also designed to prevent ventilation blow-outs.
You have to consider the strength and style of the blades when you are purchasing any type of propeller. The blades of each Vortex propeller are covered with a high gloss powder coat to prevent corrosion. Each blade is thick and has a cupped trailing blade edge to get a better grab in the water. The combination of the cupping and the materials used, your propeller is bound to last the test of time.
The Vortex propeller is designed to fit most engine applications making it a great choice for any wise boater. If you need a replacement or spare propeller, browse the lineup of Vortex boat propellers available through Michigan Wheel Marine so that you can choose the best Vortex model for your prized possession.