Check the bad dealers list I posted. J&J will become another National within time. That reminds me I need to file a suit against them. Not many return customers at their shops.
If you take delivery be sure to check over the boat very well, believe nothing they say, read the fine print.
They took a Sea Rayer in on trade from a "very good customer that they did all the maintence on" I purchased it under the condition that it runs well but in rough cosmetic condition. They said they "can not sell any boat unless it is in good working order" They said they replaced the stator with the new red style. Compression was good. I took them at their word.
Once all was said and done. New starter, new fuel pump, new reed valves. J&J denied touching the boat and never replaced the sator even though one of the mechanics wrenches (I think 13/16 snapon) was in the boat. Said they would take care of the problem infornt of a winteness when I tried to return the boat 2 days later (so I wouldn't cancel the check). Next week they said you bought the boat "as-is".
I was very calm through the whole deal expecting them to be honest. Got played as a sucker.
They have a horrible reputation in the Port Clinton area. Most mechanics are not certified or knowledgable in any way.
Just my input.