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mattkimk

Older motor repair

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Anybody know of anybody on the east side that does good work on older motors (15 and 20 Hp). I live near White Bear Lake, so I don't want to travel across country.

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Matt

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Boeses small engine repair in Forest lake does a pretty decent job, I believe there is a place in St. Paul that specializes in old motors something like St. Paul marine or something like that. Lunds mobile outboard repair out of Forest lake does a good job too.

Tunrevir~

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Thanks, I live in Hugo and thats nice and close

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I called Boeses, he only does mowers now. Can you tell me where Lunds is? I cannot find them at all.

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Lunds mobile outboard repair, he has an add in the back of the forest lake paper and I believe his number is in the book. I don't get the paper till this afternoon so I'll look and repost it for you when I find it.

Tunrevir~

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I didn't see the number in the times so it must have been the St. Croix valley peach towards the back but if you called info and asked for Lunds mobile outboard repair I'm sure they could help you. Sorry, couldn't find the number for you.

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Thanks a lot for your help.

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Thanks alot.

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Maplewood Marine. Johnson and Evinrude, but I don't think they work on Mercs.

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Sorry about that, I should know better.

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