Prop removal isn't only necessary for putting on a new one, it's should also be part of your regular preventative maintenance schedule. Debris like fishing line often gets wrapped up on the prop shaft and can cause serious and costly damage. Elite Series pro Terry Scroggins shows us his simple 3-step prop removal process using a few simple tools. It's a good thing he did this because of what he finds on the prop shaft!
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