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    Default Hoss Triton 1 Vs Yammy Style Prop

    Hi, Mr. Hill. I Would Like To Know Which Style Would Be Better To Be Used On Allison Xr-2002 With A Yamaha V6, For Lake Racer .
    (top Rpm 7000 With A 28 Pitch ) .

    Thanks,
    Don

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    Default The Yammie

    The Yammie is the most popular I sell... it seems, right now. I suspect it is because of the great hole shot. But my Offshores (Like the Original Mercury Offshore and like the Triton), is what I favor on the Allison hull... The 14 1/2.

    Thanks for asking...Maybe, I should send you one of each for testing and evaluation!!!! Where you located???
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    Thanks For Your Reply!

    I'm Located In The Republic Of Panama ( Panama Canal) .

    I Would Like To Get One Of Your Prop ( To Be Sended To My Sister In Pensacola-fla.) . That's Why I'm Asking You The Best Style & Size Suited For My Rig ( Allison Xr-2002, Center Steering, With A Yammy 200, V6, With 95% Racing Parts, Mounted On A Land & Sea Hydraulic Jack, Lower Unit With A Bob's Machine Nose Cone .

    P.s; I Like The Super Polish Finish Of Your Props !!. I Bought , About 22 Years Ago 1ea. Of Your Cleaver And 1ea. Of Your Chopper Style Props, And Was A Super Props !!!.

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    Don

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    Default You Made My Wife Laugh..

    Don,

    You made my wife laugh....she usually laughs at boaters...but that is another story...I was telling her I made you a prop, 22 years ago, and she said, "Hell, he must not have used it very much, if he still has it."

    I told her I make them to LAST!!!!

    Here's a picture of my "DOUBLE THROW DOWN" Offshore wheel.. 14 1/2 X 28....Not sure anyone has ever really BITCHED about using this wheel on their V-6 anything...This is a copy of our best OLD MOD VP prop..and we ran an old cross flow Evinrude 235....With today's power, they still work really well!!!
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    THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY !!!!.

    YEAP!!!, TO BE EXACTLY, YOU MADE ME IN 1982, A CLEAVER, 14 x 28 for my HYDROSTREAM VENTURA RACING WITH A MERC 150 XS ENGINE . IT WAS RUN PERFECT!!!!!!!!!, AN EXCELLENT PROP AND LOOK SO NICE ( super shinning !!!), AFTER THAT, YOU MADE ME A CHOPPER, 14x26 . ALSO, A VERY NICE PROP !!! ( REMEMBER YOUR SMALL YELLOW STICKER - RON HILL RACING PROPS- !!!) .

    AND, HOW DOES THAT ABOVE PROP, RUN ON AN ALLISON XR-2002 ????, acceleration & TOP SPEED ????
    THE FINAL FINISH IS SATIN OR SUPER POLISH ??

    REGARDS,
    DON

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