Dave Bernard's Discussions (423)

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"I put in electric tachs. Removed the old cables and capped the drive. One less thing…"

Dave Bernard replied Mar 7 to Q motor question

6 Mar 7
Reply by Dave Bernard

"I replaced the tanks in my 31 10 years ago. If you pull off the 2 inboard exhaust ma…"

Dave Bernard replied Mar 7 to Fuel tank replacement

11 Mar 7
Reply by Mike H


"I don't recall seeing what engine you had. The Q engines have a extra cam bolted on…"

Dave Bernard replied Mar 1 to This will be controversial- returning to mechanical fuel pumps

25 Mar 2
Reply by Sterling Shriber

"Just 3/4 to 1' thick solid fiberglass bottom of hull. Only coring on my "69" 31 is p…"

Dave Bernard replied Mar 1 to Coring

4 Mar 1
Reply by Dave Bernard

"Our 31 is a sedan flybridge. We keep the back door shut at all times when running. A…"

Dave Bernard replied Feb 24 to Rear exhaust on 31 Commander rolling back.....anyone corrected this?

10 Feb 24
Reply by Dave Bernard

"This all depends how handy you are. Boats that sit for long periods of time develop…"

Dave Bernard replied Feb 24 to Here is one, what is it??

13 Feb 24
Reply by Dave Bernard

"Richard I had the same problem when trying to bolt my 327 F marine parts to the 350…"

Dave Bernard replied Feb 24 to dual 327 hp chris craft motor questions

19 Feb 24
Reply by kevin burleigh

"I do know that it has 2 connection blades if there is a fly bridge. I have been look…"

Dave Bernard replied Oct 12, 2020 to Oil leak on 327Q

9 Oct 12, 2020
Reply by Dave Bernard

"I would check for moisture under distributor caps first if you have crab caps. Dave"

Dave Bernard replied Oct 12, 2020 to 427s Laying Over at 3000 RPM

51 Oct 12, 2020
Reply by Dave Bernard

"I have a 31 commander and I do believe the beam is around 11' at its widest point. I…"

Dave Bernard replied Oct 1, 2020 to Actual Beam on a Commander 31'

4 Oct 1, 2020
Reply by Dave Bernard


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