We are terribly, terribly disappointed that we've somehow lost the original flag pole on our 31' Sports Express....the boat seems a bit naked without the pole!   Can someone provide the exact dimensions of the pole so that I might have a duplicate made??  Alternatively (and better yet) if you will send me your pole in the off season, I will have it replicated....I'll have some extras made and offer them at cost to Commander Club members.  Yes, I've checked with the vendor resources on this site but no poles seem to be available.

This is very important to my boat (also my wife and I) !!  Your help is appreciated.

Pete  630-842-8504

 

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I would also be interested in purchasing one- think they were stainless steel poles with a little teak or mahogany ball on the top-

Pete, are you talking about a wood or metal pole? The one on my 27 is all wood. I can get dimensions tomorrow.

Jim: What I'm looking for is the stainless steel pole with the teak ball on top.

I could really use some help here! Does anyone have an original steel flag pole which came on a 31'?   

Did you check with John at chrisparts.com?

Edit: sorry, you already said you did. Regardless, a pic might help if you have one. The stainless with teak fall sounds odd - I've never seen that before, but could help keep an eye peeled.

Got one on my 35.  Will try to remember to get dimensions tomorrow.

Tim

Pete- If you produce/re-create - I would be interested in purchasing one from you.
Thanks, Doug Harris

Dimensions 

Base diameter= 1.75"

Length= 44"

top diameter= 5/8"

Ball diameter= 1.5"

Mount is oblong to handle the rake and it is a sloppy slip fit.

Pete,

I had a 31 also that the flag pole was missing.  It is a special diameter that CC used.  Earl Stillson-I believe the company is Marine Sales & Service in Mt. Clemens, Michigan.  His information should be on the CCCC web site  He can cut the pole to any length.  I made mine longer to accommodate a larger flag.  The teak ball you can get from Joanne Fabrics, I think about $2.00.  I stained, varnished, and attached with epoxy since the hole was a larger inside diameter than the poles outside diameter.  Again the diameter of the stainless pole was a special size for CC.

Left you a VM with the same info.

Sorry to say I sold my 31 however the picture is still on the CCCC web.  Went back to wood CC SeaSkiff until I can find a true CCC-23.

Regards,

Chris Craft Chris


OK Doug....I will keep you in mind and I'll plan to make up some extra poles
Doug Harris said:

Pete- If you produce/re-create - I would be interested in purchasing one from you.
Thanks, Doug Harris

Wonderful!!  Thanks for the helpful information!

Christopher Campbell Greiner said:

Pete,

I had a 31 also that the flag pole was missing.  It is a special diameter that CC used.  Earl Stillson-I believe the company is Marine Sales & Service in Mt. Clemens, Michigan.  His information should be on the CCCC web site  He can cut the pole to any length.  I made mine longer to accommodate a larger flag.  The teak ball you can get from Joanne Fabrics, I think about $2.00.  I stained, varnished, and attached with epoxy since the hole was a larger inside diameter than the poles outside diameter.  Again the diameter of the stainless pole was a special size for CC.

Left you a VM with the same info.

Sorry to say I sold my 31 however the picture is still on the CCCC web.  Went back to wood CC SeaSkiff until I can find a true CCC-23.

Regards,

Chris Craft Chris

Thank you soooo much Tim!  when you say that the "top diameter = 5/8" " are you referring to the diameter of the stainless steel rod?

Timothy "Tim" Miller said:

Dimensions 

Base diameter= 1.75"

Length= 44"

top diameter= 5/8"

Ball diameter= 1.5"

Mount is oblong to handle the rake and it is a sloppy slip fit.

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