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removing my volvo stern drive

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  • removing my volvo stern drive

    hi i want to remove my volvo penta 100b stern drive there are 2 pins that hold it to the transom plate they have locking bolts which i have removed the pins have slots in them do they screw out or knock out as they are semi seized it would be nice to no how to go about removing them thanks mark


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    Re: removing my volvo stern drive

    I've been to Volvo schools for many years, and worked on a lot of different drives, but I have never even seen a 100 drive.
    I do have an OEM service manual that you can download, perhaps it will give you the info you need to know.

    http://www.4shared.com/file/13026364...100_Drive.html
    Don S.

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      Re: removing my volvo stern drive

      I've been to Volvo schools for many years, and worked on a lot of different drives, but I have never even seen a 100 drive.
      I do have an OEM service manual
      Ayuh,.... But ya got the Manual, If you ever do run across 1,......

      You're my personal Hero, Don,..........
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        Re: removing my volvo stern drive

        Originally posted by kaz20020 View Post
        hi i want to remove my volvo penta 100b stern drive there are 2 pins that hold it to the transom plate they have locking bolts which i have removed the pins have slots in them do they screw out or knock out as they are semi seized it would be nice to no how to go about removing them thanks mark

        As usual, the OEM manual doesn't help at all with this.

        I've never seen a 100 drive either but I would speculate the pin is simply driven in and out. I think the slot is for rotating the pin when it is installed to line up the area that the locking pin goes through.

        this is a picture of the pin from my 1988 275 outdrive. Not the same outdrive but every outdrive after yours, up to the early 90s used this same pin. Yours has a different part number.

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        How about a little more info about your project. Pics are always nice.
        '88 Baretta Success 200
        Volvo Penta AQ260/275

        '96 Weeres Suntanner 24
        '01 90hp Johnson

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          Re: removing my volvo stern drive

          thanks for your help i had an idea that the slots may be there to reline the locking bolts but was not certain. i will post some pics when i remove the leg and maybe some one could identify the model for me thanks again mark

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