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T-H Marine Adds Prop Stop to the Prop Master Product Line

September 18, 2019

T-H Marine Adds Prop Stop to the Prop Master Product Line

Huntsville, AL – September 18, 2019 – T-H Marine Supplies, LLC, of Huntsville, Alabama, has added a new product to their PROP MASTER line: the PROP MASTER PROPELLER STOP. By design, the PROPELLER STOP, or PROP STOP for short, makes the process of changing props significantly easier and safer. The PROP STOP works simply by sliding it onto the cavitation plate, where it securely chocks the propeller and gently keeps the blades in place during propeller removal and installation. The prop nut can then be torqued loose or tight depending on whether the PROP STOP is slid to the left side or right side of the cavitation plate.

T-H Marine Adds Prop Stop to the Prop Master Product Line 2“When designing the PROP STOP, our team did an excellent job making it effective while also making sure it was simple to use and affordable, too,” said T-H Marine President and CEO, Jeff Huntley. “Whether you are an experienced mechanic or a weekend boater, the PROP STOP is a must-have so each prop change is easier and safer.”

Following the example of the PROP MASTER Propeller Wrench, T-H Marine made the PROP STOP to be non-corrosive in saltwater environments and brightly colored for greater visibility. Additionally, T-H Marine builds both the Prop Master Propeller Wrench and the PROP STOP with quality materials that are both strong enough to get the job done and forgiving enough to reduce potential harm to your hands and your prop.

T-H Marine Adds Prop Stop to the Prop Master Product Line 3To use the PROP STOP, T-H Marine advises consumers to turn off the ignition or disconnect the battery, position the PROP STOP center with the propeller blade tip, slide it onto the right side of the cavitation plate for propeller removal, and slide the PROP STOP to the left side for propeller installation.

The new and improved PROP STOP is now available online and will also be available through a variety of retailers. With distribution and sales in full swing, boaters can expect to see increased availability and information from their choice of retailers, online stores, or directly from T-H Marine at thmarine.com/propstop.

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About T-H Marine

T-H Marine is celebrating its 44th Anniversary of business and has grown to be one of the largest manufacturers of boating and fishing accessories in the U.S. T-H Marine provides parts to virtually every boat manufacturer in the country and distributes them through virtually every major distributor and retailer of boating and fishing products. To learn more about T-H Marine, please visit thmarine.com/about-us.

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For More Information About the PROP MASTER PROP STOP Propeller Chock

For additional information about the new PROP MASTER PROP STOP Propeller Chock and other outboard motor products, please visit us at thmarine.com/OutboardGear or use the contact information provided below.

Contact: Derek Trovillion
Email: dtrovillion@thmarine.com
Phone (FOR MEDIA ONLY): 317-517-5435
For all customer service-related matters, please call (256) 772-0164 (Monday-Thursday 7am to 5pm CT) or visit us anytime at thmarine.com/help



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