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RIGGING AND PARTS
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PROPELLER GUIDELINES
RIGGING CATALOGUE

GAUGES

Rugged, functional and very easy to use, these displays provide all the information you need while out on the water. 

CONTROLS

EVINRUDE ICON put's you in charge with the  industry's most advanced electronic engine control.  

DIGITAL CONTROL DOES NOT NEED TO BE EXPENSIVE. 

PROPELLERS

A propeller is a set of identical twisted blades, spaced evenly around a hub. Most propellers have a splined bushing in the hub that mounts on the outboard. The bushing attaches to the propeller with flexible rubber that acts like a shock-absorber. If the propeller strikes something hard, the rubber helps protect against damage. Newer propellers may use a multi-piece interchangeable hub system. Refer to Propeller Hub Systems on Page 24. Each propeller blade has two surfaces that displace water to move the boat. As the propeller rotates, the blade back creates a low pressure that helps pull the boat forward. The blade face creates high pressure as it rotates. This pressure forces a stream of water away from the propeller. As the water is pushed to the rear, an equal force pushes the boat forward.