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  • 08-15-2009, 04:32 PM
    engine doctor
    Hi Tom @ JBP....Found You
  • 08-14-2009, 08:02 PM
    4trax
    Thank you VERY MUCH Josh, Rhonda & Tom. Looking forward to the part & clothing
  • 08-14-2009, 06:39 PM
    jdf
    ok yall i got one better ,,,can your wife call and order they right parts for what you need ??? well mine can and understands what she needs to talk about motor pumps etc she may not use the right name but tom the man does and we get the right part every time .....tom has took my calls on a late sat night and helped us out ..bye the way tom her boat ran 109 easy with the big impeller ......... at 5950 rpm time to turn the blower up

    oh yea she will run the piss out of it you rock tom
  • 08-14-2009, 12:24 PM
    jetboatperformance
    Guys we are truly humbled by all this Thank You so much for your comments we're very proud ! I spend 90% of my day on the phone The true "unsung" ones here however are son Josh who has worked and hung out with me since he was a toddler, Josh runs day to day shop operations ,runs the lathe and mill, builds motors, carbs ,builds jets and rigs boats as well as an enormous amount of research and R&D Josh also helps with the phones, My Wife Rhonda (of 35 years) got me into this with one ride in her "pops" Jet years ago Rhonda does books, nearly all shipping and recieving and phones after she finishes with our our Insurance inspection business everyday.We are a total family business and have no other payed workers other than Hondo Hal who helps out occasionally and works for race gas. What is especiallly Important is all of you as customers and friends and your love and support for this sport and your continued support of us as well as the other vendors and business here and in this industry.
    I've be fearfull lately we may have been a little slow on the "uptake" many of you may not know that almost 8 weeks we have been (behind the scenes) moving to a newer bigger shop, more parking ,larger offices and a "clean room" about 3 miles from the old location where we were BTW for 15 years. To do this we actually bought a Semi trailer . It was a "hurculean task to say the least . Hats off to Folks here like Duane (hi tech) and Rex ! I now know what you went thru. Were "In" and 100% operational Now ! I will put up a shop tour soon Tom
  • 08-14-2009, 12:18 PM
    nunes792003

    Since were giving credit.


    I thought I would give my .02 cense. My first boat rebuild was the one I'm selling today. It is a 1969 Shiada jet. I ran across this boat shop add on the web that seemed to be what I was looking for Jet boat performance. So I called this guy up and right off the bat I could tell he would do what it takes to help and not screw me either. Well it turned out that my pump was in worse shape than I thought. I did not have all the money at the time and when the work was done Tom worked out a payment plan for me. Now not trying to say that you guys need to start going to him and trying to buy stuff on credit, but this was one of those things we did not see coming into this whole deal. So here is a guy that did not know me from shit and shin olla and was willing to help me out. From that point on I tried to return the favor by sending him as much business as possible. So here is to you Tom for doing a great job and not changing. Thanks. Steve.
  • 08-14-2009, 11:29 AM
    matt1840
    Although ive never actually done buiness with tom, hes always right there on the phone to help me if need be. Has always pointed me in the right direction and never tried to make any amount of money off of me by selling shit i didnt need or just for the **** of it like most places will.

    My hat is off to you tom.. You the man.
  • 08-14-2009, 11:26 AM
    wolfie
    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Dave I'll call you later , Dont forget the 90 wt in the bowl Tom
    also double check that your DL companion flange slides freely on that new pump shaft Thanks Tom

    Glad it survived "the Brown trucK"
    Not only providing quick service and quality parts, but also follow up advice!!!!
    The only other person that provides that level of service is my doctor and I have to pay a crap load more to him and the advice my doctor usually provides is that I'm fat!!!! I haven't heard that from Tom yet.

    Thanks again Tom.
  • 08-14-2009, 10:20 AM
    jrork
    Quote Originally Posted by wolfie View Post
    x2!!!!!!!!
    Great help...Great services!!!!!! Putting my pump in today by the way!!!!
    Woohoo!!!! Congrats Woolify..... Now get that boat to Mardon!
  • 08-14-2009, 09:42 AM
    jetboatperformance
    Dave I'll call you later , Dont forget the 90 wt in the bowl Tom
    also double check that your DL companion flange slides freely on that new pump shaft Thanks Tom

    Glad it survived "the Brown trucK"
  • 08-14-2009, 09:35 AM
    wolfie
    Quote Originally Posted by jrork View Post
    X2. Tommy, Josh and Rhonda are wonderful to deal with and even better to get to know. They've been a huge help to me and I'm proud to call them friends.
    x2!!!!!!!!
    Great help...Great services!!!!!! Putting my pump in today by the way!!!!
  • 08-14-2009, 08:48 AM
    jrork
    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    Yep, Tom and the crew @ JBP are the bomb

    X2. Tommy, Josh and Rhonda are wonderful to deal with and even better to get to know. They've been a huge help to me and I'm proud to call them friends.
  • 08-14-2009, 08:03 AM
    eugene-rus
    I am paddling out because I can't start it up at the harbor. I was warned to take it easy and nearly crashed two boats last time I started up the boat. I don't like starting up in neutral - it puts too much pressure on the engine and you never know whether it's really neutral or not.

    On the pointy building subject - this has been on my wishlist for a while. There's a river right next to the cathedral but the central Moscow part of the river is restricted (controlled). I have never seen a small boat (less than 50 ft) in there. I will need a faster jet boat if I really want to do it.
  • 08-14-2009, 07:41 AM
    eugene-rus
    Ken, the boat is doing great. I am fixing the small things one by one. Here's the recent pic of the place I park my boat at (I think the pic goes inline with the subject):



    I am keeping my status up-to-date in my thread.
  • 08-14-2009, 07:31 AM
    IMPATIENT 1
    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser 509 View Post
    Great folks.
    Tom even gave his cell no so I could call him at the lake on a Saturday, and he was very patient with all of my dumb questions. You can't ask for better service than that.
    he's the 1 i call when i need something
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