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Valv

Strikemaster Magnum III plus for sale or trade

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Valv    0
Valv

Used Strikemaster Magnum III Plus, 49cc.

Probably 5 or 6 years old, I used it very little for past 2 years. It will need a good tuneup, since I left it sitting whole year, no preservation. I can start it with a spray of mix into plug hole.

Blade will need re-sharpened.

First $ 100.00 takes it to anybody that comes here, no holding it, it's on a "First Come First Serve" basis.

Located near Faribault, MN. 30 miles south of MPLS

Picture available.

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WALLEYENUTZ    2
WALLEYENUTZ

Pics please!!!

jonr at ppei-mn.com

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riverrat56

How much would we be looking at for a tune up and exactly what is wrong with it....im heading up to fairbult for christmas this weekend on my moms side so i could maybe talk dad into buying it if its gunna be an easy fix

RR56

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Valv    0
Valv

I think just a carb clean up, new plug and sharpen blade will do the trick.

It has been a good auger when I used it, I just forgot to "summerize" it last spring and it sat all year. It started right away just with a spray of mix.

I forgot to mention, auger is 8" size.

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The Chemist

It's not too hard to get these things running after they have been sitting. Pull them apart and wipe/dry everything, put it back together and it should run like a dream. I have 2 and every year I pull them apart and clean them up.

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lots of luck

Hi Sir,

Could you please shoot me your pics of the auger.

Very interested. jroberts at htpo.com

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Valv    0
Valv

I forgot to mention I can trade whole unit for a 8" or 9" auger only for my Jiffy Lazer.

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walleyefey

val is the auger still available, contact me at jjauto@iw.net or call 507-442-5529 ask for jon

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Valv

Sorry guys auger has been sold.

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