Mercury Marine rolls out Fury 4 propeller

Mercury Marine’s Fury 4 propeller, introduced to anglers at the Bassmaster Classic tournament, is now available to boaters.
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Mercury Marine’s Fury 4 propeller, introduced to anglers at the Bassmaster Classic tournament, is now available to boaters.

The company said the Fury 4 has four blades made of Mercury’s X7 alloy for additional lift. The Fury 4 features 8 PVS holes that get seek to get boats on plane faster and deliver improved shallow-water launches.

Mercury said the Fury 4 complements the original Fury three-blade propeller, so now there’s a Fury propeller for all anglers.

The new Fury 4 is available in 24-, 25- and 26-inch pitches in right-hand rotation. Mercury recommends it for tournament-loaded bass boats with outboard power in excess of 200 hp.

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