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    Stiletto Thrust washer

    Gidday guys

    I have been given an old Stiletto Advantage 2 propeller which according to the googling I have done, was made by Precision Propellers before Yamaha bought them out. It is splined for my Evinrude shaft but none of my Evinrude thrust washers fit it.
    Can anyone advise what thrust washer to use?
    I would like to try it on my 175 ETEC.

    Thanks and regards to all.

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    What size shaft/ how many splines ?

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    A 175 Etec would be 1" 15 spline.

    I still have a 13 spline Stiletto that I need to sell as I don't have a V4 anymore. My Stiletto worked with the same thrust washer as my Raker and SRX propellers. A Renegade took a different washer. But that was all 13 spline. It was a great prop for water skiing and ran a bit higher than advertised pitch.

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    We sold many ,many of them old stilletos...the rubber hub props were brand specific , made to work with factory hardware...the splines may be the same , but the hardware won't work from brand to brand motors...if you have a merc or yamy prop ,it wont work on your evinrude

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    It's splined for Evinrude, slides on the shaft fine, just that my Evinrude thrust washers don't "land" on the back of the hub. The diameter of the hub is bigger than my thrust washers.

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    What size is the recess that the thrust washer fits into?

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    The ID is just over 2.5", 64mm

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    I have 2 thrust washers that are the right size. They measure 2.49inch. One is .5 inch thick and one is .75 inch thick. And I don't have any propellers that they go to. I got one with a prop I bought but it didn't go to the prop that I bought.....soooo. Your in Queensland? Australia? Your welcome to either one if you cant find one.
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    Mate, that would be fantastic. I will PM you.

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    Hey Gorilla, just tried to PM you back but apparently you are over your message limit and can't receive any more unless you clear some space.

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    Ok I'll clear it

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    One is 1/2 inch thick one is 3/4 inch thick. No numbers on them. The 1/2 inch one is flat on the back the other has a taper. The taper seems to be the same on All of them.
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    Thanks mate!

    PMed you.

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    Good luck and hope it works out.
    If not, somebody with a lathe near you?

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