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    Need seadoo mechanic to come to St.Kitts

    Hello everyone,

    I need a really good seadoo mechanic to come down to St.Kitts in the Caribbean to service some of my machines. I have 6 seadoo's for a rental business and currently have 4 of them down for a variety of reasons. I am looking for someone to fly down for 10 days or more if necessary to work on them and get them in good working condition. I will pay for flight, accommodations and for work done. Please contact me at [email protected] or call 1869-762-3543. Looking for someone ASAP.

    Thank you,

    Jeff


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    If Peter doesn't go, I will... I might need to bring a helper...

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    cant get any flight there that doesn't have an overnight in Miami..and that add an extra day at each end. I suggested somebody from the east coat or perhaps the other islands.

    Beside that I'm pretty well covered up here for a couple of more weeks and Jeff needs somebody there like tomorrow.

    I was planning on bringing my wife..she's the real helper at CP's! ( helps me keep my sanity )

    Jeff has lots of cool stuff..I was looking forward to some flyboad action ( likely me face planting a lot)

    Hope somebody here can help him out

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    Jeff, not sure if you found someone good yet, but Jim (on this forum) is the person I would want if I was in your shoes. He is an expert on all Sea Doos, 2 stroke and 4 stroke and amazingly fast at getting things done. He can go through a non-running machine front to back and have it running better than ever, only replacing parts when needed. He does it all, engines, carbs, electronics, pumps, impeller pitching, etc.

    Not sure if you can persuade him to come to St Kitts (busy with his own business here), but I can guarantee you would be very happy with his work and how fast he would get it done.

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    Most mechanics that are worth a damn will most likely be slammed this time of year.

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    Wow, great opportunity for most!

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