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dspohn

Eskimo Auger

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I have an Eskimo Auger model #8900, and I wanted to buy some new parts for it. Anyone have one of these or know where I can get parts for it? I've looked online for parts but I can't find any it's pretty old.

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Is it very old and heavy? I had 3 of them and finally gave up and threw them all away--parts were hard to come by unless you found someone gettin rid of one

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Yeah it's old and heavy but it runs good so i'd like to keep it if I could. I just want to get a new throttle bar our a whole new throttle system and some new blades.

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C&S Supply in Mankato is an official repair center for Eskimo

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Thanks i'll have to check that out. I called Ardisam and e-mailed them so hopefully i'll get a responce in a week our so.

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handle bar assembly c&s didn't have it but gaffers in mankato had the thumb throttle and my buddy rigged it to work with his and blades well you'll have to go to a sporting goods store and see if they will order them because its hard to find a store that stocks them your probably gonna look at spendin 25-30 bucks (i have the same auger let me know if you want to know anything else)

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How did you have shipped from Eskimo/Ardisam? I just ordered blades yesterday via regular ups and hope I get them by this weekend

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Yeah they came via ups ground i ordered them off the eskimo HSOforum. It only took 2 days for mine to get here so you probably will get them by the weekned.

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