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T-H Marine G-Force Eliminator Prop Nuts

$44.97

Warning - CA Prop 65

From the makers of the Equalizer Trolling Motor Assist System comes the T-H Marine G-Force “The Eliminator” Prop Nut. Offering several advantages over stock propeller nuts, the T-H Marine G-Force “The Eliminator” Prop Nut is built to make your trolling motor perform better, longer, and quieter.
Designed to lessen prop noise and vibration, the T-H Marine G-Force “The Eliminator” Prop Nut stabilizes the prop by providing a larger contact point. In addition, the T-H Marine G-Force “The Eliminator” Prop Nut also acts as a heat sink and has built-in cooling ports that reduce the operating temperature for longer battery and trolling motor life.

Made to fit most Minn Kota and Motorguide trolling motors, the T-H Marine G-Force “The Eliminator” Prop Nut comes in an assortment of colors to provide a sleek, matching aesthetic. Make sure that you're getting the most out of your trolling motor with the T-H Marine G-Force “The Eliminator” Prop Nut.
Please Note:

-Will not work with Kipawa and Hydrilla Hacker Props.
-Designed for Minn Kota models that are 80lb thrust and above. (Will not fit 75lb thrust motors and lower)

Key Eliminator Benefits:
-Machined from 6061 Billet Aluminum
-Specific Durometer O-ring dampens noise/vibration and secures nut
-Wider contact area for a more stable prop
-Cooling ports aid in heat dissipation
-Anodized protected
-No tools needed
-Available in popular colors
-Visually appealing
-Patent pending
Actual finishes may vary due to anodizing process.Read More

WarningWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (dehp) which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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