All drive shaft housings are cut to the correct length and placed in an alignment jig for welding. This is to insure the housing stays true and square through the rebuilding process. After all structural work is complete the housing is shaped and painted. All swing arms are cut to length leaving the original trim guild arm in place. An extra support is then added back to the swing arm to compensate for the metal that was cut off. The drive shaft, shift shaft and T-arm are also cut and shortened.
Complete and Painted: $1,200
16 in OMC midsection conversion
All drive shaft housings are cut to length and placed in
an alignment jig for welding. All swing arms are cut and fitted
with a new Bass Lower Bushing. The clamp bracket is fitted
with a new guild to stablize the motor. The exhaust can is
cut to length along with the driveshaft and shiftshaft.
Complete and Painted: 1,500
Allison Capsule Coversion
The Allison capsule conversion was designed for the Allison
owner that wants a little more protection in his race boat.
This is a 3-piece conversion, cockpit/dash, canopy and rear
hatch. The original deck remains structurally attached to the
hull. The cockpit area and dash are cut out and replaced
with one that is shaped to accept the canopy and rear hatch.
A Simpson 5-point harness is installed around the factory seat.
This allows the Driver to stay in the cockpit in the event
of an accident.