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Solas HR Titan 4 Prop (Mercury/Mariner) - 40hp to 140hp, 13" to 13 1/2" Diameter, 4 Blade, 15 Tooth Spline (Stainless Steel)
Solas HR Titan 4 Prop (Mercury/Mariner) - 40hp to 140hp, 13" to 13 1/2" Diameter, 4 Blade, 15 Tooth Spline (Stainless Steel)

Solas HR Titan 4 Prop (Mercury/Mariner) - 40hp to 140hp, 13" to 13 1/2" Diameter, 4 Blade, 15 Tooth Spline (Stainless Steel)

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On sale $239.95
Retail Price:$349.99
Your Savings:$110.04(31%)
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Diameter & Pitch
13 1/2 x 13 R (1453-135-13)
13 1/4 x 15 R (1453-133-15)
13 x 17 R (1453-130-17)
13 x 19 R (1453-130-19)
13 x 21 R (1453-130-21)

Solas HR Titan 4 Prop (Mercury/Mariner) - 40hp to 140hp, 13" to 13 1/2" Diameter, 4 Blade, 15 Tooth Spline (Stainless Steel) 

HR TITAN 4
Excellent Cruising Performance  

The new generation of the SOLAS S/S propeller is made with ultra durable material. Unlike the traditional material, the new material is a true Stainless Steel. It will never RUST and is also very difficult to be worn out. SOLAS offers variety propeller series to meet different requirements.
  • Traditional Rubber hub 
  • Four blade stainless steel propeller
  • Provides great stern lift and acceleration
  • High rake blade with large cupping design 
  • Delivers powerful thrust and very smooth performance
  • Increased speed and fuel economy in the engine’s mid-range
  • Excellent cruising performance
 *** MOTOR(S) ***

  • Mercury/Mariner (15 spline shaft): 2 & 4 stroke: Bigfoot 40hp to 60hp, 70hp (87-89), 80 (78-79), 75hp to 125hp, 140hp, 150 XR 4/6 (thru 93)
*** PART NUMBERS ***

1453-135-13, 1453-133-15, 1453-130-17, 1453-130-19, 1453-130-21
5 Stars
Excellent
I ordered the 13X21 1453-130-21 for my 1995 Ranger R72 / Mercury 115 HP rig. I occasionally carry a couple large people in my boat and the OEM 13 1/2 X 22 prop struggles to get on plane. With a full livewell it's nearly impossible to plane. I swapped out the OEM for this 4-blade and what a difference. The bow doesn't even come above the horizon. Even with 2 people on board the top end drop is only 2 mph slower. With just me it pretty much pops onto plane almost immediately. Handling is still very good, no issues there. Engine sound is slightly different and RPMs dropped a little. I'm pleased with the performance but switched back to my 3-blade for when I'm by myself.
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Reviewed by:  from Kentucky. on 10/8/2019
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