Question about Boating
You can use a nail to drive out what remains in the shaft. The pin is one long pin and sticks out of both sides of the shaft. The prop rides the T the pin makes. You should see a slot on the rear of the prop. I usually keep 4 pins in my fishing box all the time.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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