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Old Nov 08, 2012, 06:40 PM
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I wouldn't worry about the prop coming off....Use some serious locktite on the adapter,and please don't drill any thing for roll pins or bolts.....First that weakens them,and they don't always go back to the same position if you remove and retighten things.

Props don't USUALLY come off,except for a backfire.

Use locking nuts or double ones for insurance....many four strokes have great retaining nuts that tighten securely,and a second one with a taper machined on the end,screws into the first and locks securely.

Good luck.
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