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apAngler18

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apAngler18    0
apAngler18

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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Big Country    50
Big Country

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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Wormdrowner    0
Wormdrowner

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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outdoor ran

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

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ripstick    7
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Give chalstroms a call and ask for the number of duanes.

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Northlander    71
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Ill second Duanes.

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

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Surface Tension

Google Duane's Outboard Repair.

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apAngler18

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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