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    Thanks for looking... Its really driving me nuts.

    Starting to wonder if it isnt for a mercury and that's the problem but wouldn't I have issues with the splines then? It slides on perfectly so with the right washer it should work fine.

    I will try a local prop shop today and just see what they say.
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    Let me know if you figure out what you need...I can look a bit.
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    Looks like wampum.

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    The two circled ones look right are they the same? If you can look at the image I posted it is going on a 2.5l merc and is an old trophy prop

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    Quote Originally Posted by gguertin145 View Post
    The two circled ones look right are they the same? If you can look at the image I posted it is going on a 2.5l merc and is an old trophy prop

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    Those look like my Yamaha washers
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    I've bought and sold 23 boats in 27 years. I fix them up and then get bored and look for another. It's a hobby.

    Liberator SOLD. Looking for a new project....


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    Sorry I just got down to the shop. 12-835467-1 is the proper thrust washer which is what it looks like you have. It does not sit down in the prop against the hub. Just on the flange.

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    The washer in the 2nd pic definitely isn't correct. Here's what it looks like.
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    The washer in your second pic is for a Yamaha.

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    Ok so vnemous just to make sure I understand your saying its ok that the washer does not sit inside the recessed portion of the prop and rests on the outside of it?Click image for larger version. 

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    1995 ProCraft SuperPro 180 / Mercury 150 XRI

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    That's correct ,just install a standard merc washer. A step washer is not used . hf...

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    Quote Originally Posted by half fast View Post
    That's correct ,just install a standard merc washer. A step washer is not used . hf...
    Thanks!
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    Yes Now you got it

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