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Turning Point propeller hubs make upgrading or replacing propellers easy.
Turning Point propeller hubs feature glass-reinforced polymer construction that eliminates vibration and chatter while reducing gear shock and potential engine drive damage. A series of broad application hub designs easily interchange with virtually all original equipment propellers, decreasing replacement costs and increasing your available prop selection so that you can tailor your prop’s pitch to exactly how you use your boat. See our selection of Turning Point Hub Kits.
- Saves up to 30% when purchasing a replacement prop
- Glass reinforced construction eliminates vibration and chatter
- Reduce chance of damage to drive train or engine in the event of a prop strike
- Eliminate spun hubs
- End hub cracking
- Easily interchange with virtually all OEM propellers
- Increases available prop selection to better match boat's needs
Turning Point's Online Prop Wizard makes selection easy!
If you do not see the Turning Point hub that you are looking for or need help with your selection, please visit Turning Point's Online Prop Wizard which in addition to calculating the optimum propeller diameter and pitch for your boat, will also help you select the correct hub for your application.
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