2145 Dawsonville Hwy, Gainesville, GA 30501
GAINESVILLE MARINA & BOAT SALES
Phone: (770) 534-2678
As a full service Atlanta boat dealer, our service technicians can handle any repair or maintenance issue your boat requires, including warranty service, lubrication changes, engine overhaul, winterization, or minor fiberglass repair.
Common Services & Prices: Oil & Filter Change Call 20 Hour Service Call 20 Hour Service includes:
- Change engine oil & filter.
- Check engine motor mounts.
- Check idle speed & adjust.
- Check condition and tension of belts.
- Check hoses and exhaust system for leaks.
- Tighten all hose clamps.
- Check throttles linkage.
- Check shifting.
- Check bellows.
- Retorque outdrive.
- Top off all fluids.
- Check steering and lubricate.
- Check fuel lines.
- Check props for damage & wear and retorque.
Lube Service Call Tune-up 6 or 8 Cylinder Call Tune-up for all size engines includes:
- Add fuel system cleaner.
- Change spark plugs.
- Change distributor cap.
- Change rotor button.
- Check spark plug wires.
- Check timing.
- Adjust idle mixture.
- Check throttle linkage.
- Clean flame arrestor.
- Change fuel/water separator.
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We purchased an older pontoon, and live near Gainesville Marina. Not knowing how the pontoon had been cared for, I took it to Gainesville Marina in November, 2017 to let them perform a full inspection, and tell me everything that needed to be completed to keep us safe on the water. For $400 they performed a 100 hour maintenance, greased a steering cable and "fixed" the broken fuel gauge, which they told me would always read "low" because they didn't have a long enough arm for a more accurate reading. Unfortunately, after finally getting the pontoon on the water, I noticed the fuel gauge was not fixed at all. As such, I took it back to Gainesville Marina to have them "make good" on the money I paid to have this done. On the way over to the marina I noted the pontoon periodically lost power, and informed them of that when I dropped it off. They fixed the fuel gauge and told me they ran it for 15 minutes and it was working great. Two days later, on Mother's Day in the middle of Lake Lanier the pontoon completely stalled. I called a friend, and has us towed to the nearest boat launch. To Gainesville Marina's credit, they did meet me at the boat launch to trailer the pontoon and take it back for service. The next diagnosis was a cracked fuel line, since it was apparently old with dry rot. $400 later the pontoon was "fixed". My question is why something such as a hose that can visibly be inspected for something like dry rot wasn't noticed as an issue in the two times I took the pontoon in for service, and told them the motor was losing power on the way to their shop. Ultimately, they did reduce the bill by $55 for my troubles as they thought that was "fair", and noted they didn't charge me for the tow. My position is, had they done the job they were hired to do the first (and second) time around, we wouldn't have stalled our entire family in the middle of Lake Lanier on Mother's Day.