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    How do I press this hub out of my prop?

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ID:	451195It went in easy enough but it doesn't want to come out now.

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    Bfh
    A slow pishing bote.

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    take it to a propshop that does it every day and get some lunch
    most overnite successes usually take at least 10 years


    Certified turd polisher,

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    I've got a 6"x 6" block of wood about a foot long that I hole sawed about a 3" hole down as far as the saw would reach .. about 2 - 2.5" deep. I chizeled out the center plug and I use the block to rest props in while I press hubs in and out. The hub only needs to move about an inch before I hear it fall into the "basket".

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    I use the E-Z shift ( or whatever they call the new ones) hubs like the one in post # 1.

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    I use a bottle jack, socket, and a couple short 2x4s underneath the boat trailer. Prop shop or the bushing tool above would be better. These hubs are called SSR I believe. I quit using since it was such a pia to get them out.
    Seebold Ski Eagle w/ Merc 280
    Bullet CC w/ 225 Promax

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    Let us know how it goes, looks like a bear to press out without hurting something.

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    I use the rubber Rubex hubs. To get them out I've stuck the prop in the freezer for a while to shrink the rubber hub. Then pound it out.

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    or stop by the shop when you're up this way and I'll have it out ina minute while you wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJo10 View Post
    or stop by the shop when you're up this way and I'll have it out ina minute while you wait...
    Thank you sir!
    1995 Allison XB-2003, 225 Promax
    2002 Trans Am, pulls the boat fine.

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    I bought a second SSR hub for a second prop. Seemed easier than getting the first one out of the Trophy. The second is stuck in a drag 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    I bought a second SSR hub for a second prop. Seemed easier than getting the first one out of the Trophy. The second is stuck in a drag 4.
    Joe at East Tennessee Prop pressed it out for me. I wanted to run it on my small shaft lower so it had to come out. I think I will stick with the solid hubs from now on.

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    That hub doesn't need to be "pressed" out. They are just tight amd get stuck. An appropriately sized socket, a soft faced dead blow hammer, and a sturdy surface will make easy work of it.

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    they don't get damaged coming out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    they don't get damaged coming out?
    No. It a flo-torq style. Not a press in. They just get hung up

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