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BIG DS

Auger Repair

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Its about that time to get the hard water tools dusted off and ready to roll. If anyone is in need of a auger tune-up you can again drop them off at Reel Fishing and Tackle and you should be able to get them back in a couple days. That of course will depend on the repair being done and how many augers I have to fix.

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crud, wish I would have seen this earlier, just dropped mine off at C&S supply today for carb / diaphram kit. Said it would be between 35 and 50 bucks and 3 weeks. But I am so cramped for time that I just said fine.

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BIG DS do you work on chain saws?

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yup, I do saws. I do not have a chain sharpener, though. Yeah I got files, but they are just for touch up.

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BIG DS I will drop the saw off at Reel Fishing next week. It just needs a tune up.

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Great. I will be by to pick it up.

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Saw is done, back at RFT and runs like a theif in the night! grin.gif

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I have an auger I will drop off in the morning for you to look at. frown.gif

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Thanks BIG DS. Sent $$'s with Joe.

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Ok

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What time? I will get by there as early as I can so I can get at it right away.

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7:30 maybe earlier

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Done grin.gif

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Runs well. we cut 50 or more hole out in front of the house. Thanks again. Game on!!!!!!!!! grin.gif

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Runs well. we cut 50 or more hole out in front of the house. Thanks again. Game on!!!!!!!!!
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Do you have something you want to tell me?

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Good deal. Have fun fishing grin.gif

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blush.gifconfused.gifsmile.gifshocked.gifshocked.gifcrazy.gifgrin.gifcool.gifcool.gifwink.gifwink.gif Ya, the auger runs

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Smart a$$. grin.gif

Friday?

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