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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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MJCatfish

Jiffy Auger Parts?

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MJCatfish    0
MJCatfish

Last winter, all the fins on my recoil (plastic) shattered in -30 temps out of LOTW. Now it's time to fix it and I'm wondering where I can find parts.

Thanks!

MJ

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MJ

I have a 25+ year old Eskimo that the little fins that hold the gas tank on had broken. I called Eskimo and was told I couldn't get parts for it anymore. Got referred to a guy that worked out of D Rock landscaping in New Brighton by someone I don't remember who. I took it over to him and he found the shroud that was the closest match. He ordered it and told me if it didn't work bring it back. I had to redrill one hole, but now it works like new. That was 2 years ago, but he might still be there. The number is 651-639-0466. Give him a try. He knows his augers.

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Surface Tension

Go to Jiffy on ice and look under service. You'll find a long list of service centers.

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MJCatfish

Thanks for your help. I'll look into the local guy first, then if he can't help me, I'll check out the references above. Now I'm just praying for ice!

MJ

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