Question about Light Outboard Motor Boat Bass Fishing Saltwater Base
It sounds like the prop bushing is bad. There are 2 systems for preventing gear damage,shear pins and rubber prop bushings.
The rubber bushing can be molded to the prop or there is a type that has a sleeve the prop fits over. If the prop has no sleeve you need to take the prop off and have it relined. It will fail soon, its just a matter of time. If you have the removeable sleeve, you replace the sleeve and just slide the prop over it and you are done.
The diminished thrust is due to the rubber slipping from its bond and it will get looser and looser.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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