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JohnnyBravo
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Picked up my boat from Jurnigans last Friday. I dropped it off back in may with a tired straight valve 540.
After finding out that my motor was trashed Steve and his guys built an angle valve 540 and installed it on
my boat. Wow what a difference! Can't say enough good things about Steve and his crew.

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When you're dealing with the Jurnigan family, you're dealing with the best.
I can't say enough about the respect I have for all of them.
If it has to do with Lycoming, look no farther.

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Stopped by the shop to just pick up a oil temp gauge and some of the nicest people I've met.
12 foot hamant fuel injected pe-90 520 conversion swinging a 68" ngq!!
" Yes my boat is slow!!!"

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He is very good at his craft.
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was there earlier today picking up a case of oil and a filter for my 540 - good people!!
He'll cut your throat, baby, stick you in the back, drive off in your Cadillac.
He's more trouble than you think, he'll kill your sugar, leave you in the drink.

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Waterthunder wrote:He is very good at his craft.
He is, Dave ..... and if it's Lycoming he'll have it in stock. They sure helped all of us out when we had that little engine on Bud Marquis' boat rebuilt and propped. Fine folks for sure.
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Olf Art wrote:When you're dealing with the Jurnigan family, you're dealing with the best.
I can't say enough about the respect I have for all of them.
If it has to do with Lycoming, look no farther.

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