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    Replacing wheel nut, C&C 30 Mk1

    Something like this cap nut would probably work, but I was wondering if there was a part that would match the original.
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    Replacing wheel nut, C&C 30 Mk1

    I think you’re right - the threaded part is definitely 3/4, and I will double check the shaft tomorrow, but that looks correct. Here are a few more angles.
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    Replacing wheel nut, C&C 30 Mk1

    The shaft isn’t tapered as far as I can tell. I’ve included a picture of it below. I will try to get below tomorrow and see if I can find something that identifies the steering mechanism manufacturer.
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    Replacing wheel nut, C&C 30 Mk1

    I recently bought a 1973 C&C 30 Mk 1, but the wheel nut has been lost during transport. Does anyone know where I could source a replacement? I’ve measured the shaft as 3/4”-10. Edson Marine appears to sell them (Stainless Steel Wheel Nut - 3/4"-10 Shaft Threads) but I called and they said it’s...
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    Drilling holes in C&C 30 spreaders - safe?

    Thanks for your input, I will be able to rest a bit easier! The boat is new to me and I’m probably overthinking things.
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    Drilling holes in C&C 30 spreaders - safe?

    I recently drilled two 3/16" holes in each the spreaders on my 1973 C&C 30 to mount some new LED spreader lights. Should I be concerned with the structural integrity of them in any way? I didn't think about it until I had already drilled the holes and riveted the LED lights in. I should have...
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    1973 C&C 30 with leaky water tank.

    I just experienced this exact same problem with the starboard side water tank on my newly purchased 1973 C&C 30. My mind immediately went to "oh no... replacing this water tank is going to be a huge pain". But it was just a loose hose. What a relief!