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Help with Auger? STRIKEMASTER MAG 111 49cc

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I posted this in the Ice fishing forum but had no luck.

If anyone has a strikemaster Mag 111 49cc

I need to know how the governor is connected to the carb. I removed the carb to clean and the governor fell out and i cant tell for the life of me how the springs and the governor are attached.

If anyone could take a pic and post it i would greatly appreciate it.

thanks

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call the operations manager at strikemaster in big lake ask for mike.he will answer you questions.763-263-8999

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I have that same auger and put a new carb kit, and spark plug in it runs great now, those guys at strikemaster are very helpful, as far as getting it back together i dont really know there were a lot of small parts and it was not that easy. hope this helps somehow

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Thanks for the number i will try it tomorrow

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If you havent resolved this yet send me a pm. I can help you.

CM

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It wont allow me to send a pm but i wasnt able to call yesterday so if you could help that would be great.

THanks

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No prollem, i live Sout Cloud. If you have all the parts and pieces for it we can figure out a time tomorrow to get together and i can get it up and runnin for ya.

put you email addy up and ill send ya mine.

Ya .. im not sure about the pm deal either.

J

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