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Auger Tune up

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I'm looking for somewhere in the south metro to bring my auger in for a tune-up..Carb adjustment, sharpen blases, ectt.. Anyone have any suggestions?

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1101 MCKINLEY STREET
ANOKA, MN 55303
800-384-7938

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7690 STATE HWY 34 NW
ACKLEY, 56433
(218) 547-4138
HARDWARE HANK
HWY 59 NORTH
THIEF RIVER FALLS, 56701
(218) 681-3999 RICE LAKE SMALL ENGINES INC
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(218) 722-8245 L & M SUPPLY
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PARK RAPIDS, 56470
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38 ENTERPRISE DR N
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175 - 8TH AVENUE SW
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(651) 639-0446
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BRAINERD, 56401
(218) 829-7063
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1018 EAST FRONT
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NORTH ST. PAUL, 55109
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EAGAN, MN 55122
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BLAINE, MN 55433
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ST. PAUL, MN 55105
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[This message has been edited by Backwater Eddy (edited 12-14-2003).]

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