Al Edwards
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ff525 Standard Horizon black box sounder wanted
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The ''back-up'' chartplotter on my 36TF is a standard horizon 700i and there is a standard horizon thru hull transducer in place that I have confirmed as working. If anyone has a Standard Horizon…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Al Edwards Jan 21, 2018.

36 TF Repowered -- Results
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After a BIT-LOL! of work by Everett Travis at Sea Pupp marine in Little River SC---my 1973 36 TF ''Fandango'' was repowered. We choose Horizon 8.1 's with ZF 63A transmissions and upgraded the 1…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Al Edwards Aug 28, 2017.

transmission ratio/prop
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I have a 1973 36' TF commander. I am considering replacing the two 427s and paragon P-44s with Cummins diesel 6bt 220hps and ZF 63A transmissions. The ratio on the paragons are 2.5:1--any suggestions…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Schepis Nov 18, 2016.

Fandango
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I purchased a few weeks ago a 36 tf commander ''Fandango''---I have seen some old posts about this boat and some that had much documentation/ literature/etc about it. If anyone still has this…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Al Edwards Apr 5, 2015.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
36' Tournament Fisherman
Boat Year
1973
Boat Name
FANDANGO
Hull Number
FDA 36 0052 H
Engines
Mercruiser Big Block Repower
Home Port
Little River, S.C.
City
Greenville
State
South Carolina

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At 10:47pm on November 3, 2017, Patrick A. Beard said…

Just a canvas cover that makes it a pleasure to enjoy sunny days with a cool breeze.  Extends the cabin house when many guest are on board.  One canvas maker did all of the work.

 
 
 

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