Doug Maclean's Discussions (209)

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"Is the 400 hp motor a used one used , and comes with a trans/reduction gear ?"

Doug Maclean replied Oct 27, 2018 to Increasing shaft size

17 Oct 29, 2018
Reply by Al Edwards

"If it's never been done before , everything that penetrates the toe rail should be r…"

Doug Maclean replied Oct 23, 2018 to Toe Rails - Caulk the Joint or Lift and Replace

18 Oct 24, 2018
Reply by Steve

"Call Helmsman ?"

Doug Maclean replied Oct 8, 2018 to Teak oil wrinkles

12 Oct 9, 2018
Reply by Mark Steinmann

"For a test you can use a tape measure  . I think the 47's have a hatch in the rear d…"

Doug Maclean replied Sep 25, 2018 to 47 Commander fuel dipstick

6 Sep 25, 2018
Reply by Timothy "Tim" Miller

"I have seen one CC Catalina 28 with a single volvo with an outboard rudder - due the…"

Doug Maclean replied Sep 25, 2018 to Italian 31 Commander

6 Sep 25, 2018
Reply by Doug Maclean

"" Bow high " is rather subjective term - google chris craft 410 images and you will…"

Doug Maclean replied Sep 19, 2018 to 410 Commander Cruise speed/rpms

13 Sep 20, 2018
Reply by William (Bruno) Millonig

"Tim 4000+ lbs between yours and mine is the issue - real numbers - still a huge diff…"

Doug Maclean replied Sep 18, 2018 to 410 Commander Cruise speed/rpms

13 Sep 20, 2018
Reply by William (Bruno) Millonig

"Whoa ! There is a huge disparity in the performance numbers on the 41's , but I look…"

Doug Maclean replied Sep 18, 2018 to 410 Commander Cruise speed/rpms

13 Sep 20, 2018
Reply by William (Bruno) Millonig

"Speeds sound about right - varies with fuel/water and the admirals load . You will b…"

Doug Maclean replied Sep 17, 2018 to 410 Commander Cruise speed/rpms

13 Sep 20, 2018
Reply by William (Bruno) Millonig

"you have 3 pulleys  - crank , raw water pump , and engine coolant pump which does no…"

Doug Maclean replied Sep 4, 2018 to Kohler generator popping breaker

12 Jan 10
Reply by glenn woudenberg


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

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