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Propellers for Mercury 25hp, 4 Stroke Tohatsu Origin

Manufacturer HP Model Year Range Solas Dealer Locator
Mercury 25 4 Stroke Tohatsu Origin (10 Spline) 2006 - Present
3in. Gearcase
solas Amita 3 Amita 3
- Exclusive squeeze cast process
- Stronger blades with better performance
- Outstanding acceleration and top speed
Aluminum
3 Blade Propeller - Thru-Hub Exhaust - Pressed Rubber Bushing - See Amita 3 Video
Diameter Pitch Rotation Mfg Part Number
9.9 9 R 5211-099-09
9.9 10 R 5211-099-10
9.9 11 R 5211-099-11
9.9 12 R 5211-099-12
9.9 13 R 5211-099-13
solas Amita 4 Amita 4
- Exclusive squeeze cast process
- Stronger blades with better performance
- Great acceleration and midrange performance
Aluminum - Great stern lift and handling
4 Blade Propeller - Thru-Hub Exhaust - Pressed Rubber Bushing - See Amita 4 Video
Diameter Pitch Rotation Mfg Part Number
10.2 11 R 5213-102-11
10.1 12 R 5213-101-12
10 13 R 5213-100-13
10 14 R 5213-100-14
10 15 R 5213-100-15
solas Saturn Saturn
- All-around general purpose performance
- More durable than aluminum
- Better efficiency than aluminum
Stainless
3 Blade Propeller - Thru-Hub Exhaust - Pressed Rubber Bushing - See Saturn Video
Diameter Pitch Rotation Mfg Part Number
10 8 R 5221-100-08
10 9 R 5221-100-09
10 10 R 5221-100-10
10 11 R 5221-100-11
10 12 R 5221-100-12
10 13 R 5221-100-13
solas New Saturn 4 New Saturn 4
- All-around performance
- Great acceleration and midrange performance
- Large ear blade design
Stainless
4 Blade Propeller - Thru-Hub Exhaust - Pressed Rubber Bushing
Diameter Pitch Rotation Mfg Part Number
10 9 R 5233-100-09
10 10 R 5233-100-10
Solas Hardware for use with Solas Propellers
Thrust Washer Spacer Washer Nut Cotter Pin
OEM OEM OEM TBNT Apin (1-1/8")
TBNT APIN
Notice: This hardware is for OEM & Solas pressed rubber hub props only (not Rubex).

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Notices

• A new propeller's hub and blades must be checked for sufficient lower unit and trim tab clearances before use.

• Maximum RPM should fall within the range that is recommended by the engine manufacturer and not exceed the recommended maximum. This is important in determining a suitable propeller pitch. When in doubt, dealer assistance is suggested.

• Prop installation, inspection and boat operation need to be done in a safe and responsible manner.

• It is very important to refer to your engine's Owners Manual for important safety precautions when installing a propeller.

* Trademarks
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• Solas is a registered trademark of the Solas Science and Engineering Company, Ltd
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Note: Right (R or CW) is the standard rotation found on most single engine boats.