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apAngler18

Outboard Motor Repair Shop

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I have a small 25 horse that has been sputtering out on me, wondering if anyone knew of a good place to take it in and get it looked at, appreciate any feedback, thanks AP

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Try Troy at Tuhk's Power Sports in Cotton. It's on the left when you are going north. Same building as the R.V. center. He rebuilt my 90 at a very resonable rate and does good work. Tell him Layne sent ya if you go. BC

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I personally like Gene's Marine on hwy 33 just north of Cloquet (mostly because he is so close to me) but he is also a great guy and is a straight shooter with reasonable rates. I've also heard that Duanes marine on the North Tischer road is pretty good, but I have no firsthand knowledge.

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Mikes Outboard Repair on Hwy 33, about a mile North of Cloquet.

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Jimmy,

Good thing I read your reply, don't know why I was thinking Mike's Repair. I've also had good luck with Gene, if you need something in a hurry he tries his best to accommodate.

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I can tell you some places not to bring it wink.gif

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Give chalstroms a call and ask for the number of duanes.

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Ill second Duanes.

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yep Duanes...just got my boat back. Nice guy!

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Google Duane's Outboard Repair.

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thanks guys ill give those places a call and see if I can be back on the water here pretty soon

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