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992envy 09-10-2012 1:13 PM

Best Mastercraft repair/ service in bay area and surrounding area?
I have a 2009 Mastercraft x star that I need mechanical repair done. I'm not sold on Nor Cal Mastercraft in Pleasenton, maybe I'm wrong. Where would be the best place to have large service/ mechanical repair done? I've done searches and it seems like people reccomened Liquid Wrenches? I need V drive and tranny work and would like to have a place to constantly take the boat without worry.


bftskir 09-10-2012 2:18 PM

Try Topside Marine in San Jose

jbwaken 09-10-2012 7:33 PM

Glen at Pleasure Boats in San Jose on Kruse Dr.

09-10-2012 9:28 PM

try Ace Marine in petaluma they are the best

992envy 09-11-2012 12:31 AM

Has anyone had major work done by Sac Mastercraft? I like how Pleasure boats is Indmar trained and certified. I'm close to Ace but they have done a couple things I have not liked.

Thanks Guys

brianl 09-11-2012 3:04 PM

Lance hands down, West Coast Offshore in Fremont (located by the old Nummi plant). Kevin is the owner, great dude and takes pride. His number is 510-445-1047. Good Luck. There are two baot repair places at this building, DO NOT go to the place facing the old Nummi plant

johnny_jr 09-11-2012 3:18 PM

Would not trust anyone but Glen at Pleasure Boat Specialties in San Jose, met him 6 years and 2 boats ago. BEST, most Honest Mechanic I know, it's in his blood, 2 generation marine mechanic and he's up on all the latest boat system tech as well.

I called for a service and know that he is off hunting this week, but he will be back on Monday.

johnny_jr 09-11-2012 3:20 PM

Agree with Brian L, stay Away from Meniko Marine (may have spelled it wrong, but they are the ones facing the NUMI plant on Fremont Blvd right off 880.

992envy 09-12-2012 11:48 PM

Thank you very much guys, I really appreciate the help.

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