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I am not sure Reed's relationship with the Echtinaw family, who actually brought the motor in for repair. The motor is a 1993 Johnson 8hp. The motor was originally brought to us April of 2018 after being extremely overheated and quit running. We replaced the head gasket, thermostat and gasket, water pump kit, exhaust cover gasket, flushed cooling system, rebuilt carb and changed plugs. Customer picked up June of 2018. Customer brings motor back with a running issue August of 2019. Over one year later. We changed the orifice in the carb and test run motor. The bill was for $134 but we did not charge the customer. Even after the previous work being done over a year ago. What repair shop would do that? Now, one year later the customer brought the motor back with loss of power. Remember back in 2018 the customer severely overheated the motor. This time the motor was losing spark on cylinder #2. The powerpack went bad. This is a 27 year old motor. Things will fail over time. We always stand behind our work, even longer than we should. I am sorry you had a bad experience, but some things are out of our control.
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