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MJCatfish

Jiffy Auger Parts?

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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.

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MJ

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

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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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