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    How to find a Competent Seadoo Mechanic

    I relly need to know

    Maybe we can come up with an interviewing process or something?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike View Post
    I relly need to know

    Maybe we can come up with an interviewing process or something?
    That is a tricky one. First, if you know of someone that has had their ski worked on and he or she was quite pleased, that would be of some help. Them having a known reputation of good work should not be hard to find out. The second is, if you go to a dealer and you wind up knowing more than him, (which is very possible), he has failed. Best thing to do is pick up a maintenance manual for yours and start off knowing the small ins and outs of your doo.

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    you have a better chance at winning the lottery!
    Actually just look here on this website!

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    u might be searching for a while ..this site has more than enough knowledge and resources to help u out.

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    so far so good for me, so i guess im an exeption,so for now i will keep my mecanic happy.
    and by the way i actually tip a good amount to my mecanic so i get better treatments then most clients.
    its a good thing to polish the rims sometimes if you know what i mean.

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    We as customers should bring an aplication for the service manager to fill out before we decide if we want them to touch our boats.

    I can think of about 10 questions for the application but lets see what we can come up with together.

    Here's a few

    1. Where do you store the PWC when you are not working on it?

    Answer. Sitting outside in direct sunlight without a cover. Wrong!

    NEXT Applicant Please!

    2. If you need to remove the boat from the trailer do your stands have carpet on them?

    Answer. Yes they are made by (brand name) and are carpeted to protect your hull. Good Answer!!

    Next question.

    3. Is it ok to run the engine without water for just a few minutes while you check things out?

    Answer. Sure we do it all the time, as long as the paint aint peelin an turnin colors it'll be fine.

    Thank you for your time sir, I think my boat will be ok without any "Service"

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    most place's have those tanks that they can pick em up and set them in to for tuning carbs and what not

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    Rob Formula 1 Marine. Really know his ****

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