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    Default Hallcraft V-Drive Rebuild

    I have the drive out of my Howard sitting on my bench and want to start tearing into it. Has anyone rebuilt one of these or have any resources that would help me? Any type of manual or directions on the proper order to tear down, torque specs, bearings, etc... would be extremely helpful! I have the Hallcraft drive that has the mount that goes thru the middle of it.

    Also, I would love to add reverse to this boat, any suggestions?

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    Call Tom Bently @ Menkins Vdrives 530-347-4800 he has Hallcraft stuff and knows their Vdrives

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    As for reverse you are going to need an in and out or a transmission.
    Rebuild, pretty easy. Don't have the torque specs but Menkins will help you out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f_inscreenname View Post
    As for reverse you are going to need an in and out or a transmission.
    Rebuild, pretty easy. Don't have the torque specs but Menkins will help you out.
    Stupid question... what's and in and out? I did think about bolting a transmission to the back of the engine but I do not really want to add that much clutter if I dont have to.

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