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    Thumbs up Selling Prop Gauges

    I posted this on yamaha classifieds but seadoo people never go by there so this is a double post if anybody is interested in ordering prop gauges.

    Prop gauge for 155mm / 160mm impellers. The prop gauge expands so yes it fits seadoo props

    With every order you will receive two gauge. The first one is for the Leading Edge 8-16 degrees and the second one if for the Trailing Edge 17-30 degrees.

    Price is $50 shipped to US. International shipping is available. pm me for shipping price.

    Below are some pics of the gauge.

    PM me to get paypal info to place an order.

    Thank you.
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    You should use the expanded one I posted a while ago as it goes to 30* on the trailing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    You should use the expanded one I posted a while ago as it goes to 30* on the trailing.

    I already used that one to test it but the layout is really small and the 17-25 is more clear to see...

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    10-4 but for lots of folks 25 is not big enough a few of my props are in the 28-29 range. I can redraw it if it helps your layout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    You should use the expanded one I posted a while ago as it goes to 30* on the trailing.

    I already used that one to test it but the layout is really small and the 17-25 is more clear to see...

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    10-4 but for lots of folks 25 is not big enough a few of my props are in the 28-29 range. I can redraw it if it helps your layout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    You should use the expanded one I posted a while ago as it goes to 30* on the trailing.

    I already used that one to test it but the layout is really small and the 17-25 is more clear to see...
    really appreciate your help i guess you are right 17-25 is not enough for everybody.... I will give it a try again at your layout expanded to 30* and see how it comes out. thank you for the advice.

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    If could make them to 30* I'll definetly take one!

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    Was able change to 17-30*
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    If needed I can add more degrees if anyone wants it or change the height etc as I drew the file in Acad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    If needed I can add more degrees if anyone wants it or change the height etc as I drew the file in Acad.
    Ok i did it up to 30* and put a prop on the gauge and looks good maybe up to 35* will help a lot of folks here in the forum.

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    35 dats a big wheel

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