Service

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Mahone Marine is an authorized Evinrude, Yamaha & Mercury MerCruiser parts and service dealer. Our technicians have a lifetime of experience working on all marine engines (inboard and outboard), and have factory training from Yamaha, Mercury, Honda and Evinrude. Our shop is equipped with the most up to date diagnostic computers and specialty tools to work on today’s most advanced outboards and inboard/outboards.

Mahone Marine preforms oil changes, tune-ups and overhauls for all makes and models of engines. We can help you understand when and how often you should be servicing your engine and when it is best to do it.

The service department at Mahone Marine is second to none.

Winterization

At Mahone Marine we believe that it is best to do a full service to your engine just before putting it away for the winter so that in the Spring it is just a question of doing a quick check over and launching the boat as not to lose out on any of the boating season! Why You Should Winterize Your Boat- Boating Magazine

  • Stabilizing the fuel that remains in the tank & circulating it through the fuel system
  • Fogging the cylinder (prevents rust)
  • Running anti-freeze through all water systems to prevent freezing
  • Disconnecting the batteries
  • Change the oil
  • Change lower unit gear oil
  • Change oil filter, fuel/water separator filter, & fuel filter
  • Change spark plugs
  • Check the impeller and replace if necessary

Shrink Wrapping

Shrink Wrapping your boat is a great way of protecting your boat during the colder months!

  • Protects your boat from the elements
  • Prevents snow build up
  • Prevents water from getting down in the bilge and freezing which can lead to serious damage
  • The shrink wrap is properly ventilated to avoid moisture build up
  • A door can be installed providing access to the interior of the boat
  • Spring Check Up

    If your boat was properly serviced and winterized before storage the Spring Check Up should be a breeze!

    • Connect battery and insure it is maintaining a charge
    • Run up the engine to make sure it preforming correctly
    • Check fuel for water from any condensation that might of occurred over the winter
    • Inspect bilge pumps, lights and blower motors to be sure the are working correctly for a safe boating season

    100 Hour Service

    Regardless on how you choose to service your engine you should minimally do it every 100 hours of use.

    • Flush engine with fresh water to remove any salt deposits
    • Change the oil
    • Change lower unit gear oil
    • Change oil filter, fuel/water separator filter, & fuel filter
    • Change spark plugs
    • Check the impeller and replace if necessary

    Are you a do-it-yourselfer and are looking for general boat parts? Check out this online marine catalogue from one of our suppliers and call us with the part number. It’s that easy!