How To Replace A Spun Hub On A Boat Prop (Quick & Easy Way)
By: Joseph Simonds on March 11, 2020
If your boat motor is running and in gear, but your prop isn’t spinning, then you might have a spun hub.
The hub is a piece of plastic designed to break if you hit something with your prop—it’s a safety feature so that none of the more expensive parts break.
The good news is that it’s much easier to fix than you might think, and in this video, we’ve got Capt. Mark “Hollywood” Johnson from FloridaKeysFunFishing.com to help walk us through how to fix a spun hub.
Let’s dive in!
How To Fix A Spun Hub [VIDEO]
There you have it!
It takes about five minutes and can be done with just some basic tools.
Have any questions about replacing a spun hub?
Let me know in the comments below!
And if you’re in the Florida Keys and you want to go fishing with Capt. Hollywood and his crew, you can get in touch with them at FloridaKeysFunFishing.com.
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