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SuperDisc 14.0 and Resource Collection 4.0 AVAILABLE NOW!

 SuperDisc 14.0 is an electronic encyclopedia of every aspect of Commander maintenance and repairs. The information on the disk is retriev…

Started by Charlene PikeLatest Reply

Club Members Solve A problem - Cap Modification Kit

Or---- Farewell to flat cap blues !! At least for 283F & 327F engine owners. Owners of 27's, 31's, & 35's with these engines know (…

Started by Dick MorlandLatest Reply


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Posts with the most recent activity are sorted on top.  To read a post; just click on the headline. You can respond to the main topic or to…

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Engine trouble

i have a 1975 tournament sport fish with the original 350's.  I can run up to 3400-3600 rpms and eventually the rpms will come down on thei…

Started by Daniel

17 19 minutes ago
Reply by Timothy "Tim" Miller

Photo question - what is this?

I removed the head liner in the salon of my 45' Commander. There are two of these. Does anyone know what it is and what it was used for? T…

Started by Bill Kaiser

6 41 minutes ago
Reply by Nat Brady

Spring edition of SIF

Thanks to all the contributors for another great addition to the library. Tim

Started by Timothy "Tim" Miller

0 8 hours ago

Deathtrap on water!

From all outward appearances, the fuel tank fill line on our 23 Lancer looked fine. After having to move it around to re-route some wiring…

Started by William Wise

1 9 hours ago
Reply by Nat Brady

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Club Management Business

This discussion thread will be to announce postings of Executive Committee minutes, Club annual financial reports and other club management…

Started by Charlene Pike

73 11 hours ago
Reply by Charlene Pike

327F With No Power

During our first time out this year the port 327F on our 1967 CC 31' had no power. She idles great and revs fine in neutral. But under load…

Started by Greg Beardmore

1 14 hours ago
Reply by Al Edwards

Differences between a Commander 45 and a Commander 451

Hi there I am wondering what the difference between a Commander 45 and a Commander 451 is.  I think they might be built in different plants…

Started by Robert Alden

2 yesterday
Reply by John Scherzinger

toe Rail kicking my butt

Fall of '15 I pulled stanchions and cleats, refinished toerail with 6 coats CPES and 6 coats Cetol, rebedded hardware with dolphinite. Fini…

Started by Byron Smith

5 yesterday
Reply by Byron Smith

Boating is Hard

I've seen a few of these guys at the boat ramp over the years.  It appears his first problem was not raising the prop and dragging the skeg…

Started by Darin H

5 yesterday
Reply by Alan Waite

Bow flag staff attachment method

The bow flag staff on our CCC 42 "Ruby" has a pointed tip on it that is almost exactly in line with the scurvy crews face (eyes) when doing…

Started by Bob Williams

6 on Friday
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2019 Regional Rendezvous Hosts Wanted

Are you yearning for a little fix for Commander-itis?

Would you like to meet other Commander owners in your area?

Do you have a great idea for a Commander gathering on or off the water?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we have just the remedy for you: We encourage you to think about hosting, or, indicating your interest in hosting a Regional Rendezvous in your area in 2019.

For more information about hosting - click here:

Hosting A Rendezvous

Char Pike has volunteered to be the EC “Point Person” for 2019 Regional Rendezvous. Please contact Char if you are interested in organizing & holding a Regional Rendezvous in your area. Char’s e-mail address is rendezvous.commanderclub@gmail.com

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Help Wanted!!!

New Faces, New Perspectives - Executive Committee Openings to start in January 2020

Would you like to be more active in the Commander Club? Would you like to help chart our course? Are you willing to commit the time, energy and creativity needed to assist us in promoting and supporting our mission?

We are searching for new faces and new perspectives. Positions start in January 2020 for a two year term.

There are four positions available. Chief Commander, Treasurer, Public Relations Chair and Membership Chair.

Duties for each position are located in the bylaws https://commanderclub.com/page/bylaws

More details about each position here.

The Executive Committee (EC) convenes monthly via conference call. Meetings typically last 90 minutes or less. Most work done via e-mail. Each job has its own time commitment depending on club activities. Current EC members will mentor you.

Interested in any of these positions?

Please drop Char Pike an e-mail at archivist.commanderclub@gmail.com

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SuperDisc 14.0 and Resource Collection 4.0 Available Now!

SuperDisc 14.0 is an electronic encyclopedia of every aspect of Commander maintenance and repairs. The information on the disk is retrieved from the discussion forum and e-mail list, but organized in a way that makes information easy to find and use. SuperDisc is available on USB flash drive

Click here for more details https://commanderclub.com/page/superdisk

The SuperDisc 14.0 Complete Edition is for first time buyers of SuperDiscs.

The SuperDisc 14.0 Upgrade Edition is intended for those who wish to upgrade their SuperDisc 1.0 through 13.0. Each year we add over 1,000 posts. Don’t miss out.

Resource Collection 4.0 is great to own too!!!

The Resource Collection 4.0 contents include CC Catalogs and Brochures. CC Service Bulletins, CC Price Lists. Engine & Transmission Manuals. Dick Avery sketches and drawings, a folder for every Commander model, and all kinds of technical and interesting stuff. Over 187 folders and 2,563 Files. A true “Treasure Trove” for the Commander owner!

We thank you for supporting the club with your purchase of SuperDisc14.0 and/or Resource Collection 4.0. We hope you find it to be the value we feel it is, and trust you will enjoy the other benefits your payment will help provide. It’s your payment that helps to support the activities of this dues free organization that has grown from 12 members in 1999 to well over 4000 members in 2019.

To order now click here!

     

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