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Does anyone know if thoroughbred v-drives came with a shift housing on the right side? My Howard is a 64 with steering on the r-side and my box is a 12 degree, it sure would make it easier to shift in and out with it on my side. Any info would be great, I have seen a casale with one, just wondering.:)
 

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on the casale ive done that before and just turned the housing 180 degrees, just having to redrill a few holes on some models, fliped the handel and quad over and wala, i did that for some aussie guys, there always different? lol are ya sure ya cant do that to yours? just askin. hope that helped ya.
 

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I don't know if I can, I will take a closer look and see, I thought maybe they actually made a housing that way, but thanks for the info.
 

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Steve McElroy

Look for Steve Mc Elroy in the Orange County area of Cal. Someone here may have his number. Steve worked for Aeromarine back in the heyday of v drive development, and sold Aeromarine V drives all over the boating world. If any one would know, it would be him...............Ray

PS: He also has some parts and gears for the Aeromarine v drives......
 

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Does anyone know if thoroughbred v-drives came with a shift housing on the right side? My Howard is a 64 with steering on the r-side and my box is a 12 degree, it sure would make it easier to shift in and out with it on my side. Any info would be great, I have seen a casale with one, just wondering.:)
Dunno...I got three T-Bred v-drive boxes myself; all LH in/out.

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