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TomBow

Strikemaster Magnum 33cc Auger parts

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Howdy, somebody musta dropped viagra in the lake..'cause the water's gettin' stiff!!

Alright, enough o' my Tom-foolery!
Got me an old timey power auger, been un-run for two years because I've been dependent (ugg!) on my fellow fish-heads to help me out with the ice fishin'. Problem is the fitting for the fuel line IN to the engine, a nice powdered-metal L-shaped fitting broke off and J-B Weld didn't do the trick. Tried to cheap-ize the repair now didn't I??!!
Need a good small engine repair-guy suggestion from one of ya'll friendly types!

Won't be long now, I'll be hangin' up the archery and gettin' down with the witchery of the fishery! Heeyaa!

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I think your talking about the fuel inlet to the carb?

Dont know where you'd find one besides a small engine shop.

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Oh yeah, D-Rock. Where are they located?

S-T--yup, fuel inlet to the carb is the problem.

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Bring it to Strikemaster in Big Lake MN. They are a great bunch of guys and will do a lot to help you out.

Good Luck

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TomBow
I would take it to Strikemaster, you couldn't ask for better service.

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