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StrikeMaster GX35

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Just like to know if anyone else is having  a little wobble with the shaft connected to the engine, it's not much but the play is there. Is there anyway to fix it.  It's brand new StrikeMaster GX35, only drill 2 holes with it.

Also, what type of oil does it use, does fleet farm carry anything for a 4 stroke?:confused:

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I don't know about your auger specificialy but most augers have a little play where the auger connects to powerhead. Nils is the only one I know that is bolted tight.

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my auger has play too... check the set screw and make sure it is tight if it is I wouldn't worry about it

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It's fine. My strikemaster has some play as well and it's still basically brand new. Just make sure you check the collar bolt every few times out that's what I do. And make sure your storing your Allen wrench under your throttle handy spot in case your our out on the ice and it seems loose. And it's a good place to keep from loosing it.;) Can't help any about oil mines a 2 cycle. Hope this help!

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