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    Running no nose cone?

    Is there any down side? I have a SFR on both my props I cannot remove. I hit them both with acetylene for about 5 minutes and they won't budge. I'm thinking about running no cone on the new 15/20 and I know a ton of people do it. I have 0 issues with cavitation and am not one for launching hard as hell anyway.


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    To my knowlage there is no down side to not running a nose cone...I havent run one on either of my skis for the last 3 years and have had zero issues..

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    Thanks boss. Just saved me $30 and it had nothing to do with Geico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    To my knowlage there is no down side to not running a nose cone...I havent run one on either of my skis for the last 3 years and have had zero issues..
    Same here. Just gotta check the pump grease more often.....no biggie.

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