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Torsional Loads on Prop Shafts and Crank Shafts

I was thinking of this last night. I have read  that you do not want to put a CW rotation crankshaft into a CCW rotation engine. I believe…

Started by Brian Barton

2 Mar 3, 2013
Reply by Lee H Dahlen

47 Commander FBMY

Does anyone know why these are never stabilized? I am looking to move up and will be using Her in S Fla and the Bahamas. Thanks James

Started by James Sattler

2 Mar 2, 2013
Reply by Sean and Laurie Nelson

Pertronix Ignition

I have Pertronix ignition for the Chev 350's in the boat.  I also have stock coils.  I am wondering what spark plug gap I should be using? …

Started by JP Duda

5 Mar 1, 2013
Reply by Quentin

Water pressure from the strainer to the water pump.

I am looking for any suggestions regarding the following delima. The water pressure from the strainer to the water pump is very low. When y…

Started by Philip J McBride

10 Feb 28, 2013
Reply by Rob Schiller

2013 St. Clair River Regional Rendezvous Registration is now open.

Ahoy CCCC Members, Registration for the 2013 Regional Rendezvous is now open. With boating season just around the corner there is an event…

Started by Brian Barton

0 Feb 28, 2013

Seacock Removal

Anyone have any great ideas for removing an old and seized up seacock?  The offender was originally the overboard pumpout for the head.  It…

Started by Mike Schrage

7 Feb 27, 2013
Reply by Dick Morland

It's a "Conspiracy"

Ok, I have to admit it.  When I read that the CCC was changing its web site I was afraid.  I am the first to admit that I am not the most l…

Started by JP Duda

2 Feb 27, 2013
Reply by Dave Wilson

some pics of my 31 repower with K's

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Started by David DiSesa

4 Feb 26, 2013
Reply by David DiSesa

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Performance and Prop Data

There are documents in the files section that report performance and prop data from members.  Most files are from 2006.  This discussion is…

Started by Charlene Pike

0 Feb 26, 2013

20 knots in 20 seconds

Spent the day on the boat yesterday, ran out the Boynton Inlet south to the Boca Inlet and dropped anchor in Lake Boca.  New non skid paint…

Started by Byron Smith

5 Feb 25, 2013
Reply by Quentin

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6th Annual CCCC Photo Contest Winners

1st Place: Mark Struebing, Michigan USA       Model:  1969 35 Sports Cruiser

2nd Place:   Kristian & Jacqueline, Illinois, US             Model:  1967 27' Commander Custom


3rd place:  Dawn Stone, Michigan, US                     Model:  1970 55' Commander

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