Roger Zavacki
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Trim Tabs on a 1985 315 Commander
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Has anyone changed the size of the standard small size recessed trim tabs to a larger size (span) trim tab set?  I am a big believer in the wider the tab, the better.  I have 24" x 12" tabs on my 25'…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike H Jun 10, 2016.

New to me 1985 Commander 315 velvet drive gear ratio
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Hi everyone.  I'm new to the site.  I just picked up a 1985 Commander 315 with Mercruiser 454 340hp engines.  The boat has been sitting a number of years(most likely 10).  Upon doing some cleanup, I…Continue

Tags: 315, commander

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clarence Gill Mar 9, 2016.

 

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Profile Information

Which Commander model do you presently own?
Do not own a Commander
Boat Year
1978
Engines
Other Gasoline
Home Port
Millville, NJ
City
Millville
State
New Jersey
Have you ever owned any other Commanders?
315 Commander, Other Chris Craft

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At 10:44pm on March 9, 2016, Pete Carlyon said…
Thanks for helping with the rotation question! I will have to get a better look at what's in it. Someone said they are Paragons I was like I hope not. Haven't started the refit yet, but we will be in the next couple of weeks. Thanks again!
At 4:46pm on March 1, 2016, Paul Lashley said…
Hi, congrats on "new" boat. I have a parts boat you might be interested in. It's an 84 , you have to check it out. My 88 is home in my back yard.
 
 
 

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