Responding to popular demand, Mercury Marine has reintroduced a full line of aluminium propellers for that legendary workhorse, the Bravo Two sterndrive. Mercury has brought back the 11, 13, 15, 17 and 25 pitch three-bladed Bravo Two aluminium propellers
Responding to popular demand, Mercury Marine has reintroduced a full line of aluminium propellers for that legendary workhorse, the Bravo Two sterndrive.
Mercury has brought back the 11, 13, 15, 17 and 25 pitch three-bladed Bravo Two aluminium propellers - in both right- and left-hand rotation.
These join the 19, 21 and 23 pitch aluminium propellers, to provide boat-owners with a full range to choose from.
“At Mercury, we’re in the business of providing what our customers want,’ said John Temple, Mercury Marine’s General Manager, Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific (ANZP).
“These propellers really enhance mid- to top-end performance, and our customers told us loud and clear they wanted that option.”
Bravo Two propellers offer a large blade area for maximum thrust and a beefy design for excellent manoeuvrability and better holding during turns.
To maintain Mercury’s absolute commitment to quality, the Bravo Two propellers are cast in-house at Mercury’s casting facility in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
“These propellers are investment cast using the same world-class process we use to manufacture our high performance steel products,” said Dirk Bjornstad, category director for Mercury Propellers.
“And they feature MercAlloy, Mercury’s own patented aluminium alloy for superior strength.
“The Bravo Two continues to be a popular drive choice for many people and we’re glad to support these boaters with a leading OEM quality product,” he said.
Aluminium and stainless steel Bravo Two propellers fit all Bravo Two drives and are now available in 11 to 25 pitch in right-hand and left-hand rotations.
Mercury Marine has the industry’s largest range of propellers – more than 700 including custom built – and they are all designed, manufactured and supported by 75 years of experience.
For more information – including Mercury’s Five-Step Guide to the perfect propeller – visit mercurymarine.com.au