Anthony DAgostino
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1970 31' Chris Craft Commander for Sale
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Classic all fiberglass 31'…Continue

Tags: 30, amp, canvas, GPS, windless

Started this discussion. Last reply by Edward Grabow May 27, 2018.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
19' Commander
Boat Year
1970
Boat Name
Tutstoy
Engines
Crusader Small Block Repower
Home Port
Milford
City
Milford
State
Connecticut
Phone Number
203-877-0437
Spouse's full name
Lillian

1970 Commander with Bridge, Twin 270 H.P Crusaders with Approx. 1,000 hours, with Electronic Ignition, Stainless Steel Shafts , Windlass, VHF Radio, Garmin G.P.S, Fish and Depth Finder, Inverter, Micro wave/oven Combination, Battery Charger, Teak Swim Platform, Dockside Water, Rear Cockpit and Fly Bridge Canvas

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At 11:16am on May 30, 2014, Carles Rius Daví said…

Hola.
Soy propietario de "31' commander"como el tuyo. Tengo la intención de cambiar las hélices
y me interesaría saber qué hélices tiene tu barco y qué relación (r.p.m. / nudos) consigues.
Me interesa saber si tus hélices son de 3 o 4 palas, el diámetro y el paso. Además la velocidad que alcanzas a 1300 r.p.m.,
la que alcanzas a 1500 r.p.m. y a 2000 r.p.m.
Tu información me sería de mucha utilidad.
Saludos.

Carles Rius i Daví

At 7:35am on February 4, 2013,
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Anthony,

Glad to see that you made it here and that you have a 31' , jut like I do. 

Alarik von Hofsten

 
 
 

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