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danny berg

Thank You Strikemaster

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I recently got my hands on an old Magnum III Plus auger, that was used to dig postholes. The gas tank leaked,the sparkplug was not the recommended one, the Gastank was held on with string,and so on and so on. Went to Strikemaster Friday afternoon, and Cy and the boys were the best. Helped me get the right parts needed, cleaned up parts that were good, and sent me on my way. The Auger now runs like a champ, Can't wait to try out the new chipper blade on some ice also.
That was the best customer service ever. With service like that how can you not buy their products..

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Did you go right to the big lake office?
I also have an older mag 111 that needs a lot of help,would be nice to get it back into shape.
Benny

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Benny,
Yes, I went to the factory in Big Lake. They are located on the highway 10 frontage road, south side of 10, between Big Lake Tire and Remmlle Manufacturing (or is it engineering)
If you dont have time to go there, you can also order parts on-line.

Danny

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Cy donated some drills to an organization I was involved with. Went to the plant to pick up the stuff and got a tour of all the old equipment they keep there. If you think that outboards have come a long way, some of the early augers looked like they came from the Fred Flintstone factory.

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ifallsron is correct, if you go take the time to look at the old augers. Pretty interesting!

DAnny

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