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    Does anyone have experience with a 250 yamaha on hewes 26 PC, wondering what prop 15"by15"or 15"by17", thanks for any help.

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    I am running a 13.5 x 17 alum on our 2425 Harbercraft/ F225. I think you can run the 15 x17. Is it the Yam ss?

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    yes will use there salt water series, the numbers also say 15 by 17. thanks

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    I'm running the Yamaha 250 on my Hewescraft 220 OP Hard top. With the stainless series 2, 15.25 X 19, full throttle rpm is 5800. Thats full of fuel and some gear.

    I think you're right, the 15 x 17 looks to be a good starting point.

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    Thanks for the info. that 22op must fly with a 250, I had a 22HT sea runner with a 225 and it was fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forrest View Post
    Does anyone have experience with a 250 yamaha on hewes 26 PC, wondering what prop 15"by15"or 15"by17", thanks for any help.
    Are you looking for speed? 15/17 prop will do different things. I have the 15 on my 115.
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    no not looking really for speed as much as max rpms 5900 to 5950

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    I get them mixed up from time to time. If I'm right the 15 you will get higher rpm then 17.
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    yeah your right, my main reason for trying to find info on the right prop is because I live about three hundred miles from my dealer and he is a small shop not much experience on boats this size, and I was trying to help him out so we dont have to ship props back and forth. thanks for the info alaska grey.

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