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JAR JAR

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JAR JAR

I had a unfortunate thing happen yesterday with my auger. The lower casing on the gear box cracked and broke away from the gear box. I don't know if there was any damage done to the gears but was just wondering if anyone knows who fixes these or where I can get parts for them. Preferably in the Duluth area.

Thank You

Jar Jar

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Orlip

I would go to Strikemasters web site for your information.

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Deep_Sinker

I'm would think you would need to find a Tecumseth repair shop. I would give Denny's Lawn & Garden in woodland a call...they have fixed my older strikemaster in the past. They are pretty reasonable.

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JAR JAR

Thanks for the replys. I called Denny's and they can get me the parts in short order and a reasonable price.

Jar Jar

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Papa Woodie

I forget the name of the shop, but on minnesota ave by the coast guard station is a tecumseh repair shop as well. maybe 3/4 miles past the ariel bridge on the right hand side of the road...

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hawgeye

Duanes Outboard, buy Chalstroms works on Augers. He's always been very good to me and my outboard.

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Hoytmystic

I just had the same thing happen. I broke the lower gear case and a gear in the transfer case. It is going to cost me $80 to fix myself. It is a pretty simple setup.

Good luck

Kyle

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Surface Tension

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I forget the name of the shop, but on minnesota ave by the coast guard station is a tecumseh repair shop as well. maybe 3/4 miles past the ariel bridge on the right hand side of the road...


That would be Halversons.(sp?)

Willmans and Rice Lake Small Engine are a couple others to check out.

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