More on the subject:
> The Volvo
is fairly simple, actually.
> There are 10 bolts in the lower unit: eight around the leg itself (safety
wired), and two more further outboard
on either side of the flange.
> Remove the eight leg bolts, and loosen the two outboard
ones. These two will
keep the leg from falling altogether as you loosen the lower leg away from the
upper one. Get hold of the leg and wiggle it loose, and then undo these two
bolts and drop the lower leg.
> I didn't get to see the entire upper unit removal
, but what I did get is that
has a three-point engine
mount. You can loosen the aftermost one (at
the outdrive) and the two forward ones will allow the engine
to pivot forward
enough that you can put a piece of 2x4 wood under it to lift
the engine a bit.
Then the upper outdrive unit unbolts from the boat, and out it comes, boot and all