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Old 07-10-2018, 08:09 PM
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Default Mako Restoration Questions - NJ (Fiberglass)

Does anyone know someone in the Southern Monmouth County NJ area, that you can recommend for fiberglass work? It's time for a deck up (hopefully!) restoration of my 1979 25' Mako.

I'm looking to have the hull and deck sanded and painted, transom closed (also need the rear live well cut out and deck laid), bracket added for a repower, new helm, leaning post, and t top. Fuel tank was done not too long ago so we'll take a look but I'm hoping everything is good down there.

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Originally Posted by Makosquan View Post
Does anyone know someone in the Southern Monmouth County NJ area, that you can recommend for fiberglass work? It's time for a deck up (hopefully!) restoration of my 1979 25' Mako.

I'm looking to have the hull and deck sanded and painted, transom closed (also need the rear live well cut out and deck laid), bracket added for a repower, new helm, leaning post, and t top. Fuel tank was done not too long ago so we'll take a look but I'm hoping everything is good down there.

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Give a call down to Youngs Fiberglass in marmora - might be worth the trip down to them
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rybo up on long island does top notch work and has helped a lot of us over on classicmako
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Originally Posted by JBruc97 View Post
rybo up on long island does top notch work and has helped a lot of us over on classicmako
I'll check that out, I do a bit of work on the Island so maybe I'll stop by next time.

Thanks for reminding me to get back on ClassicMako, is it any more active than it was a year ago over there?
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I would highly suggest John at Key Harbor Marina in Watertown. Amazing work
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I would highly suggest John at Key Harbor Marina in Watertown. Amazing work
Thank you! I will reach out and try to speak with him this weekend.
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Give a call down to Youngs Fiberglass in marmora - might be worth the trip down to them
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Originally Posted by seaox23 View Post
I would highly suggest John at Key Harbor Marina in Watertown. Amazing work
I spoke to Fred at Key Harbor and he is sending John to take a look before we sit down and discuss the project. Thanks for the recommendation.
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Really depends on the day with classicmako site but id say its more active. There's also a mako boat owners facebook page that a lot of the guys from classicmako are on that simpler questions get answered faster on
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You’ll be extremely happy with raybo. Lindenhurst Long Island!
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X3 Raybo, I work in a lot of yards and he is finest kind 👍🏻
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Signature in South NJ , somers point owner is fair on price and won't BS you w what it needs. Ask for Joe
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