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1975 TSF 30 Gel Coat match.

Hi All , 

Im in the process of trying to complete the refit of my 1975 TSF 30. I had removed the deck and replaced the fibergalss fuel tank. Im looking to apply non skid to the deack before the weather turns here in New England. Does anyone know a goo

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2 Replies · Reply by John white yesterday
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350Q fuel pump removal

So the fuel pump is mounted on a casting bolted to the block. Can anyone tell me what operates the fuel pump lever? Are there loose parts that can fall intonthe engine when removing the pump or is this a simple push rod kind of arrangment? Anyone hav

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9 Replies · Reply by John Minnella 1 hour ago
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What is it?

So ... I'm winterizing my Constellation 26 and inspecting all the systems and plumbing to see what I might have missed.  I find this 'black box' next to my Cruisair Heat/AC (heat pump) unit tucked away behind a hatch cover in my aft berth.  There are

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1 Reply · Reply by Rick Willets on Sunday
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Free flow silencer

I have to replace some hoses on the exhaust of my 31 Commander Salon running 350-235hp gas engines. I have the long sweep steel 90, the straight pipe and the free flow silencer out of the boat. Anyone have experiance with these 60s exhaust systems? S

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4 Replies · Reply by John Minnella Sep 11
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Raw water thru hulls

 so on the 1968 31 ft Commander I purchased the raw water thru hulls are forward and centered on the engines. Here is a photo of where the local yard located some 3 way flush valaves. No way to reach the shut offs. Is the center divider support somet

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1 Reply · Reply by Jeremy Goldstein Sep 5
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Club News


 The 9th Annual Photo Contest Begins September 1st!!



The 9th Annual Chris-Craft Commander Club Photo Contest begins on September 1st so keep snapping those photos of your beautiful boats.  Contest details will be shared soon so stay tuned.  We look forward to see all of your photos again this year. More To Follow



 The 2023 National Rendezvous was a Smashing Success!!



An amazing time was had by all at the Chris-Craft Commander Club's National Rendezvous,  held this past weekend in Cedar Point, Ohio.  A huge Thank You to the Rendezvous hosts: T.J Worsencroft, Sam Lillard, Tim Toth, as well as, Char PIke, Scott Shriber, and Jim & Sue Bell for a wonderful event.  Also a HUGE Thank You to all of the Captians and Crews that made the journey to the Rendezvous.  A total of 31 boats made the trip to Cedar Point.

These Rendezvous gatherings are a great time to make new friends and to renew old friendships along with seeing some beautiful Commanders and other Chris-Craft beauties.

Sam and Monica Lillard took some amazing photos and are sharing them via the link below:

Lillard Rendezvous Photo Gallery