You can find everything you need to keep your Max-Prop running in tip top shape here at PYI Inc. As part of the maintenance of your Max-Prop propeller, you should grease it once a year and replace the Anode whenever it wears away, at least once a year.
Marine growth on any propeller can dramatically reduce the efficiency of the propeller. Velox Plus is a hard finish antifouling paint developed specifically to protect propellers, shafts, struts, SailDrive's and other metallic parts immersed in the water. it is a great solution for an age old problem.
Max-Props should be greased once a year. This can be done in or out of the water. If the boat is in the water year round you should have a diver in the water at least once a year check anodes; they can grease the propeller at that time. Or, if the boat is hauled every year, it is easy to grease it while it is out of the water. We recommend Lubriplate 130 AA grease.
Keeping a quality sacrificial anode on your Max-Prop is critical to a long life for the propeller. Galvanic corrosion can destroy any piece of metal on a boat. A quality anode will help to protect your investment. PYI Inc. provides both zinc and aluminum anodes. All of our Anodes have a metal ring molded into the anode to assist in disbursing the electrical current throughout the entire anode, improving the length of protection.
These screw kits include all the screws you need to replace the fasteners on your Max-Prop. If you ever damage a screw or just want shiny new ones this will get you what you need.
The Combo Box provides the supplies you will need to service your Max-Prop for quite some time. It includes: 2 spinner & 2 endcap screws, 3 zinc's, grease gun, 2 tubes of grease, 2 zercs & 2 plugs, cotter pin set, and allen wrenches for your propeller.
Sacrificial zinc anode for Max-Prop's installed on a SailDrive unit.
The Barnacle Dissolver was created to enable boat owners to get cost effective, professional results when cleaning propellers and running gear. Boaters can now safely and effectively remove barnacles and other stubborn marine growth from their propellers, trim tabs, shafts and rudders without the use of power tools or harsh, volatile chemicals.