Quicksilver Propellers: Don’t Settle for Less Performance – Quicksilver Q Crew
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Quicksilver Propellers: Don’t Settle for Less Performance

A propeller provides a direct connection between a boat and the water, transforming horsepower into thrust, lift and steering control. That’s why having the right propeller on any boat is critical to all-around performance.

Quicksilver® utilizes superior engineering, manufacturing technology and materials to produce a broad range of aluminum and stainless steel props to fit most popular outboard and sterndrive applications. Whether you’re fishing, skiing or cruising, there’s likely a Quicksilver prop that will unleash your boat’s optimal performance.

High-Performance Designs

Among the latest prop designs from Quicksilver is the aluminum Nemesis. It was designed with aggressive four-blade geometry to deliver best-in-class acceleration and a tenacious grip in turns, plus surprising speed that rivals what’s possible with comparable three-blade aluminum props.

There are also the revolutionary Q-Series props, which are made of polished stainless steel and designed to push the limits of performance and rugged durability. The Q3 prop, with its high rake angles and thin blades, produces rapid acceleration and blistering speeds for a wide range of horsepower applications. For propelling heavier loads or more rugged boats, the Q4 prop creates exceptional hull lift to jump on plane while maintaining positive grip and responsive handling under power.

Don’t Forget Your Spare

Occasionally bad things can happen to any propeller. Striking a rock, stump or hard bottom could leave you stranded if you don’t carry a spare prop in your boat. An affordable Quicksilver aluminum prop can be the perfect spare-prop solution. Keep one onboard along with a propeller wrench and a spare hub assembly, such as the Quicksilver Flo-Torq® SSR hub kit. It’s smart get-home insurance for any boater.

See the entire line of Quicksilver propellers in the Marine section at Quicksilver.com. Quicksilver propellers, premium marine lubricants, filters, fuel care additives and maintenance products are available online and at leading retailers.

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