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Gauge/Engine Indicator Lights
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I am replacing the old Delco square gauges on the bridge with Stewart Warner gauges and am fabricating a new instrument panel.  In the original Delco configuration are red indicator lights next to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David DiSesa Jun 20, 2013.

Paragon Transmission Oil Pressure
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I have 2.5:1 Paragons and am going to replace the original CC transmission pressure gauges.  Since they have never worked I am wondering what the correct pressure would be so that I can select the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Augie Ralph Oct 9, 2018.

Torque and Bolt Sequence for 454 CC Heads
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Folks,I need to pull the heads off my 1976 CC 454's.  Does anyone know how many lbs. of torque the head bolts should be tightened to and also the tightening order of the head bolts when I…Continue

Tags: 454 torque, "454

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dick Morland Apr 3, 2013.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
36' Tournament Fisherman
Boat Year
1976
Boat Name
Liberty
Engines
Other Gasoline
Home Port
Quincy MA
City
Braintree
State
Massachusetts

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At 1:31pm on January 14, 2017, Rick Sudetic said…

Pat-  I also have a CCC360 which needs gauges upgraded.  I'm curious how you replaced the Delco panel with individual gauges.  In particular, what was your schematic to regulate voltage to the gauges and lights that were formerly in the Delco panel? Did you install any instrument gauge converters/regulators?  If so, what type (12v to 5v?), how many? and did you wire in parallel or individually? Really appreciate any insights or tips.  Thanks,  You can email me direct at ricksud@sbcglobal,net or cell/text (216) 409-4869.  Rick Sudetic

 
 
 

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2018 Photo Contest Winner

The 4th Annual Chris-Craft Commander Club Photo Contest had more than 50 entries and selecting the winners was not an easy task. 

First place: submitted by Pat Chaps

Second place: submitted by Martin Krall;

Third place: submitted by Jeff Pacy.

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