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Paragon P34 #8 spanner socket for flange nut
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I'm wanting to change the rear seals on my P34s. Does anyone have the (paragon) #8 spanner socket to remove the flange nut.If so, can I borrow, rent, or buy it from you? Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robin Cobb 23 hours ago.

327 Q engine block
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Is the Q engine block a special casting or a standard Chevy blockContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Jul 29.

327Q stuck valves
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What are some reasons for valves sticking on a small block Chevy (327Q)?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin McKinnon May 29.

327 Q heads
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Are the Q heads standard 327 heads,  or are they custom oddballs like the intake manifolds?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Bernard Jun 18.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
35' SportsCruiser
Boat Year
1970
Boat Name
Gemini
Hull Number
FDA352010H
Engines
Chris Craft 327Q
City
GRANT
State
Florida
Phone Number
8165859557

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At 8:09am on March 1, 2018, Kevin McKinnon said…

Robin, careful moving that in any type of tight quarters with only one engine. Underway the boat rudders will give you some steerage but with little or no headway or proceding in reverse you may find yourself unable to get it pointed where you want to go. If you have an inflatable with a decent size outboard at the ready that can be a lifesaver. Also make sure you wrench off the shaft or remove the prop of the non-running engine so it does not spin. The transmission gets no cooling or lubrication without the engine turning the oil pump so even at slow speeds you can burn out a gear quickly

At 8:38pm on February 21, 2018, Robin Cobb said…
New member. 1970 Chris Craft Commander Sports Cruiser 327Q.
Currently on the hard getting it ready to splash it for the journey to my home port. Will move it on one engine. Then begins the rebuild on the port engine and a remodel.
 
 
 

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The 2018 Chris-Craft Commander Club National Rendezvous is in the books and it was a great time!!

City of Mentor, Ohio

The city of Mentor, Ohio and the Lawnfield Inn & Suites were wonderful hosts.  A special Thanks to Rob Kneen, the local member sponsor, and Char Pike for the hours of hard work put in organizing and coordinating an amazing weekend. 

The Rendezvous Photo Albums can be accessed through the links below, as well as, under Library, Photo Albums.  We will continue to add links to other albums as they become available. Also below, you will find links to a couple articles written for the local newspaper.

Photo Album 1                 Photo Album 2  

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Articles:

Chris-Craft Commander Club Celebrates Anniversary in Mentor

Chris-Craft Commander connoisseurs congregate at Mentor Lagoons Marina

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