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    Posted: July-10-2010 at 6:12pm
Prop guard off a 1988 ski nautique trailer no rust super clean email me for pictures. pickup or will ship ?   
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Hi,
Before installing Prop-Guard be sure that the propeller has had any nicks to the factory within 1 year from the date of sale to the original consumer It only requires about 20 minutes Prop-Guard has been rigorously tested to terms and Conditions of Sale.Terms and Conditions are apply.




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John,

Do you still have that Prop Guard for sale? If you do, what is the measurements for the rear mounting holes. How far apart do the trailer rails need to be? I have a 70's model something trailer. I think it is a old CC low Boy with a high axle installed. However it may be from MC for a another maker.

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Hi sorry for the delay i will check for you and get back asap with info
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John,

No problem. My e-mail is tilley166@Bellsouth.net.

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I am also interested in the prop guard if nobody else wants it. Any idea on what the charges would be to ship it to IL/60013.

Also, if you could please, post the dimensions on the width. Where does the front attach to? Axle?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tullfooter Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: September-01-2010 at 4:58pm
It bolts to a cross member behind the axle.
It amazes me that this was not standard on the trailers when sold. I fabricated one for my BFN trailer.
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David, I suspect it is for sale because a SN prop guard isn't deep enough fro the Barefoot hull. I doubt it'd work for you.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote davidg Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: September-01-2010 at 8:37pm
HW.....You are right. Forgot about that little issue. I had one on my '88 tandem axle CC trailer that my '83 SW/BR rode on. I really miss it.



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John,

I still want the prop guard, but I need to double check those dimension.

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A 2001 prop guard is deeper than a <81 prop guard because of the padded keel. That thing will be dragging the ground on your trailer Donald. Modification will be necessary.

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Hollywood,

Good point. I see what you are saying now.

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Hey Guys here are the measurements the width 49 the drop is 15
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did you get rid of the prop guard...
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Yes I still have it
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I will take it if you still have it? MY email is mslitti@comcast.net
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I HAVE A CORRECT CRAFT TRAILER WHICH NEEDS A PROP GUARD. I HAVE A CHRIS-CRAFT 17-1/2' 1977 SUPER SPORT BOAT. WE ARE GOING TO MAKE A GUARD UNLESS THIS ONE IS AVAILABLE.
WE RESTORED THE BOAT AND TRAILER LAST YEAR.

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You may want to PM him as this post was from 2010
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