Sterling Shriber
  • Akron, OH
  • United States

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Sterling Shriber's Discussions

42 Windshield tear down.
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Doug (Old Buddy) and I went today to tear down the windshield on My Other Honey. Big nasty job. We ran into Tom Crossman(Classic 69). He was buffing her out for spring. It will be awhile before I get…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Xhafer Orhan 20 hours ago.

Christmas Gift
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Look at what my awesome wife had made for me. The detail is incredible.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sterling Shriber Dec 27, 2018.

Inside after 48 years
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Well after 48 years of being outside, My Other Honey is inside. She has not been under roof since she left the plant in 1970. Can't wait to get to work.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Egemen Ogulmus Nov 14, 2018.

Water Water everywhere and not a drop to drink!
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That's a line from the Ancient Mariner but it pretty accurately describes our 42 when it rains. I know both Quentin and Chris Orphal have…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Byron Smith Aug 3, 2018.

 

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Profile Information

Which Commander model do you presently own?
42' Commander
Boat Year
1970
Boat Name
My Other Honey
Hull Number
FBA-42-4026R
Engines
Chris Craft 427
Home Port
Sawmill Creek
City
Akron
State
Ohio
Phone Number
3307147711
Spouse's full name
Suzanne

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At 5:56am on September 11, 2018, Les Wamack said…

I'm getting older, so my memory might be unreliable. I vaguely remember seeing Caddy engines with wet manifolds.  That is the good news.  The bad news is that after a quick search of the web I have now been able to find any.  I will continue to search as time permits.

I'm elbow deep in moving my new to me 47 Commander from Guntersville, AL to Lake Hartwell in SC.  It is becoming a real pain in the wallet area.

At 11:46am on March 29, 2017, Tommy Greulich said…
The spacers were made of steel but I think aluminum would also work.
At 11:45am on March 29, 2017, Tommy Greulich said…
I think I used spacers because the exhaust manifold was not flat. It was not for insulation. I just used two bolts.
At 12:07pm on March 14, 2017, Tommy Greulich said…
Yes I can email the drawings to you. Let me know your email.
At 10:33am on January 26, 2015, Byron Smith said…

give me a call 561-716-6078

At 9:47pm on June 26, 2014, Quentin said…

Hi Sterling.

The burglary, following the particularly cold winter, really knocked me back. I haven't posted much because the documentation requirements for the insurance companies are...time consuming.

Anyway,  thanks for becoming a "friend." We all need more of those, I think.

Cheers,

Q

At 2:39am on May 26, 2014, Carles Rius Daví said…

Hola, sterling.

Gracias por tu comentario.

Carles

 
 
 

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