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XHS Hub Kits

XHS Hub Kits

Michigan Wheel’s Xchangeable Hub System absorbs impact and stress caused by shifting gears and is designed to spin under significant impact to help protect your lower unit. XHS / XHS II is also designed to be interchangeable with Mercury’s Flo-Torq II hub system, potentially saving you money when replacing or upgrading your propeller.

Michigan Wheel’s XHS Hub Kits are designed for use with our Vortex and Apollo Series propellers.


Vortex XHS Propellers

  • High performance aluminum utilizing XHS Hub System
  • Available as 3 or 4 blade propeller
  • Features performance blade geometry, precision balanced blades and high gloss powder coat
  • 4 blade option ideal for towing skiers, tubers, knee and wakeboarders
  • Great boater’s choice for replacement or spare
Michigan Match

Michigan Match Propellers

  • NAVAL brass spindle with rubber cushioned hub absorbs impact
  • Great primary prop priced as a weekend-saver spare
  • Improved powder coating and beefier bushing
  • Perfect aluminum replacement propeller

Ballistic Propellers

  • Tapered leading edges minimizes drag
  • Blade tip and cup combine to improve bite and reduce power losses from cavitation
  • Performance characteristics of racing style props
  • Maintains optimum blade strength and thickness
  • Highly cambered blade provides higher speed and better bow lift

Apollo XHS Propellers

  • Highly polished, ultimate performance stainless steel propeller
  • Available as 3 or 4 blade propeller
  • Can be utilized on most outboard and sterndrive applications
  • 4 blade design improves hole shot on heavy loads and in water sports
  • Performance CAD design blade geometry


Ambush towboat propellers are 100% CNC machined for the ultimate in accuracy and consistency. Michigan Wheel Marine developed the CNC machining process for propellers in the mid – 1980’s and revolutionized the way propellers were manufactured. Originally, the CNC machining technology was used to manufacture custom propellers for large mega-yachts where accuracy is critical and design geometry is complex. Now, that same technology is being used to provide the best towboat propeller on the market.