Posted by Spencer on Nov, 06 2013

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Today we announced all props and accessories from WakePROPS.com have been relocated to WakeMAKERS.com/propellers to provide our customers with the best wake boat shopping selection possible. This day is about to get even better. We are lowering the prices on our best selling propellers for our winter sale. Save huge on the hottest Acme Props from the 2013 season this weekend.

WakeMAKERS Top Props of 2013:

Acme 1235 Prop - Our most popular wakeboard and wakesurfing power prop for Malibu Wakesetter Boats, Tige Z Boats, Super Air Nautique Boats and Axis A Series Boats

Acme 2315 PropHands down the Acme 2315 was our most asked for prop during the 2013 wakeboard season. From heavily loaded down Malibu Wakesetters to the Super Air Nautique G23 this prop delivers the best performance on the low end when raw power is everything.

Acme 911 PropWakeboarding and wakesurfing behind a fully ballasted direct drive or v-drive boat with a 1:1 gear ratio can seem impossible. Discover the magic of a lower pitched 3 blade power prop.

Acme 1273 PropThis prop is very similar to the Acme 1235 but has a little more cup delivering a couple more miles per hour on the top end and a little less aggressive bite out of the hole.

Acme 422 PropCorrect Craft owners know the 422 as a dependable do everything prop for late model Sport Nautique, first generation Air Nautiques and the cross over Air Nautique 206 and Air Nautique 216.

Acme 231 PropMalibu Sunsetter owners have been using the Acme 231 four blade prop to replace their three blade 13×13 prop for years. This prop offers smooth power on direct drive boats with a 1:1 gear ratio and the larger 1-1/8″ shaft. Basically any direct drive Malibu after the mid 90′s.

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2 Responses to “Winter Prop Sale – WakeMAKERS Top Props of 2013 Discounted”

  1. Mike says:

    My 2011 Tige R20 boat has a 1631 prop, seems to rev hard down low top speed 40 mph, use the boat for slalom and wake boarding, general runabout. What prop would you recommend, thinking 1939 ? Comments please

    Regards mike from Australia

    • Spencer says:

      Mike,
      You are correct. The 2011 Tige R20 with an Acme 1939 will deliver lower RPM’s at ski and cruising speed which means a higher top end. You will notice a slight decrease in low end pulling power but since we are also going with a larger diameter prop it will not be significant. Have fun on the water. If you have anymore questions check out our Tige Prop Upgrade Guide
      Regards,
      Spencer

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