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NEED HELP / REBUILT 454 CHRISCRAFT ENGINE RUNNING HOT
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 NEW REBUILT 454 ENGINE REINSTALLED LAST WEEK WITH NEW HEAT EXCHANGER / NEW RAW WATER PUMP / NEW CARB / NEW DISTRIBUTOR / ALT / TRIED TO COVER ALL THE ABOVE . BLEED AIR OUT OF SYSTEM . 142 THERMOSTAT…Continue

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1980 332 express cruiser
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I HAVE A 332 EXPRESS CRUISER DON,T SEE ALOT INFO ON THIS TYPE CHRIS CRAFT ON COMMANDER CLUB SITE I,M A NEW MEMBER.   IT HAS CHRISCRAFT 454 ENGINES  Continue

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
332 Commander
Boat Year
1980
Boat Name
NO PERMITT
Hull Number
CCFDT001m8oh-332
Engines
Other Gasoline
Home Port
catalina
City
cincinnati
State
Ohio
Phone Number
5136466135
Spouse's full name
patrica kuhl

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At 7:32pm on January 22, 2015, Fred Lee Conklin said…

 Ed Kuhl......

Ed , Fred Conklin here, stay tuned ....going to my Chris Craft tomorrow and will come back with the props sizes on Port and Stb. Engines 

This is in response to your inquiry to me on Dec 3 2014 

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At 6:58am on January 5, 2015, Shawn Owen Suits said…

Hey Ed,

We just acquired our Commander this fall so I don't know much about it at this point. I would be happy to check out whatever you would like when we pull this from storage in the Spring.

Shawn

At 2:47am on January 5, 2015, Jouni Rattya said…

Hi Ed,

The previous owner of my boat has replaced the prop's and I do not have a clue of the specs, sorry.

Regarding parts, I'm afraid that I can not help much. These boats are rather rare here in northern Europe and I have to find the parts mainly gfrom the US.

Rgd's

Jouni

 

 

At 12:27pm on December 28, 2014, Tom Toth said…

Ed,

16x17 3 blade045.JPG see picture attached. Propscan is a service  that a computer reads to get  the dimensions of each blade and when done they are adjusted so each one is true and the same. Northcoast Propscan does this in Huron (Tom Wood) 

At 4:14pm on December 27, 2014, Tom Toth said…
I Have 16x17 that are originally on these boats. I had them propscaned which made a huge difference. Regarding your wake don't know if you have trim tabs if not get them it's a must for these deep vee hulls. Mine were 9x24 originally but I made them bigger 12x36 as I leave them mostly down witch keeps the hull more level to achieve better performance and ride. I can cruise at 22@3000 with no problem.
At 12:49pm on December 27, 2014, Tom Toth said…
What info are you looking for?
 
 
 

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