Jesse Dombrowiak
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • United States

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Jesse Dombrowiak's Discussions

Looking to buy Heads, Exhaust Manifolds, End Caps for Commander 1972 42'
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Hi Everybody, I hope you are doing well. Love this club and wanted to share gratitude in advance. I am looking for the following parts:1. Ford 427 '69-72 Heads with Casting #C7JE-A  (FE390 should be…Continue

Tags: rebuild, parts, engine, manifolds, exhaust

Started this discussion. Last reply by troy floyd Jul 7, 2018.

Common Transmission Fluid Leak Areas? Vacuflush?
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Hey Guys,  I am having a transmission fluid leak and am wondering where the common areas are for it to leak from and proper ways to fix it. I recently filled it with 80w Gear Oil. Should I add some…Continue

Tags: leak, vacuflush, transmission

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lee H Dahlen Jan 12, 2017.

Replacement Free Flow Silencer? 72' 42' Commander
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Hey Team,I just located a large crack in the bottom of the original CC "Free Flow Silencer" on the Starboard Engine and it is dumping salt water when running. I presume it rusted through, and this…Continue

Tags: pipe, System, Exhaust, Silencer, Free

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Krause Dec 14, 2016.

72' FE 427, How hot is the ideal operating temperature for this engine?
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Hey Commander Friends,Thanks in advance for your thoughts and advice. I have a 1972 42' Chris Craft Commander with twin Ford 427 Engines 7.0L.At the helm, my 2 gauges range from 120 to 240 degrees F,…Continue

Tags: 42', 1972, 427, temperature, operating

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dick Morland Sep 22, 2016.


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Which Commander model do you presently own?
42' Commander
Boat Year
Chris Craft 427
Home Port
Marina Del Rey
Los Angeles
Phone Number
Have you ever owned any other Commanders?
35' Commander

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At 9:08am on June 19, 2018, Sterling Shriber said…

Hi Jessie,

I am not the one with the heads. I have the exhaust manifolds.

At 9:15am on January 5, 2016, Richard Lubbers said…

Very nice piece of glass, if you ever see a bow badge, I'm looking for one!


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