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Is This An Alarm?
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Can someone help me identify the part below?Thanks,Chris MitchellContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Mitchell Dec 20, 2018.

New Fuel Tanks - A Few Questions
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Folks,I have decided to replace the original 100 gallon galvanized barrels in my 38 and I have a question I was hoping someone could help with.  So far we have decided to go with a vendor in NJ who…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin McKinnon on Sunday.

Cleat Access Starboard Side
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Folks,I am in the middle of re-finishing the toe rail around my '67 38 Sedan and I have run across a problem that hopefully someone may be able to help with...I removed the cleat on the starboard…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Mitchell Nov 12, 2018.

Gauges
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Folks,After being a member for about six months and buying my first Commander I finally figured I would reach out for a little advice!  I'll have to say the people involved in putting the website…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Mitchell Aug 1, 2018.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
38' Sedan
Boat Year
1967
Boat Name
My Three Blondes
Hull Number
FDA 38 3023
Engines
Crusader Big Block Repower
Home Port
Nashville - Commodore Yacht Club
City
Nashville
State
Tennessee
Phone Number
6154735564
Spouse's full name
Christie

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At 8:45pm on August 2, 2018, Mark Regenhardt said…

I haven't to got the final bill yet each tank was around $1,650 each and about $3,000 to install and remove old ones.   So you are looking at around $6,500.   Well worth it if you have fuel problems..

Mark

At 8:27pm on July 30, 2018, Mark Regenhardt said…
Chris, good to know. Curious to learn of your fuel performance when available. I bought my tanks through Onekama Marine, Onekama, MI who also installed them for me. You could call and ask for Ted Bromley and tell him I referred you. I don't yet have the plaquerts to know the company who made them. I recall Ted saying they were in Florida. My tanks are 140 gallon each aluminum expoy coated. Thanks, Mark
At 10:39am on March 25, 2018, William Flaglor said…

Chris,

 You can certainly replace the glass on a 38 . But I'm not sure what you mean by a "more modern window" .

 I have replaced most of the glass on my 38 but (and other Commanders) other than the sliding tracks I haven't replaced any of the hardware.

Bill Flaglor

 
 
 

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