Robert Alden

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Transmission and ratio
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Hi there.I have a 45 Commander with DD 8v71s.  Does anyone know what Brand, and gear ratio was installed.  I have a set of Allison M15R and M15L, 1:5 ratio that I was hoping to be able to use.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ronald Zick Jan 14.

Windshield Removal

A while back I was trying to find info on removal of my windshield, so that the boat could be transported. I got the chance to put up a video of the process on my 1987 Chris Craft Catalina. I think…Continue

Tags: Removal, Windshield

Started Sep 12, 2020

1973 Commander 451 Restoration
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I just setup my YouTube channel to document my restoration.  Feel free to comment and follow along.Heres the link.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Alden Nov 26, 2019.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
45' Commander Flush Deck
Boat Year
1973
Boat Name
Inspiration
Engines
Detroit 8V71
City
Colona
State
Illinois

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At 11:12am on September 15, 2019, John Heenan said…

You did a great job with your article. I am the Public Relations person for the Commander Club website and club. Due to my additional comments with the Coast Guard I am departing my role as the public relations person on the committee for the club. Would you consider taking over as it is already set up and the rest of the executive committee are super helpful. Call or e mail me if you would consider the position so I can provide more information. John Heenan 954+520-4553 jheenan2@me.com

PS Our Website person Pam Sorenson must live near you as you have the same zip code

At 8:48pm on July 14, 2019, Steve Macdonell said…
Good luck with your restoration. I also own a 451 which I bought in 2013 and restored it. The process and end results were well worth the challenge

Steve Macdonell
 
 
 

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