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Cyberfish

Strikemaster auger repair in the metro?

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If you go to the Strikemaster HSOforum and click on the customer support icon, then click on the service center icon on the bottom of the page, and then click on the Strikemaster service center icon, then that will give you a list of places you can take your auger too. Hope this helps!

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Bring it to the Factory in Big Lake, Best Customer Service I have experienced, hands down!!!

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Hey Cyberfish. I did the exact same thing last weekend coming home from the lake. Snapped the screw off that holds on the red throttle lever.

D-Rock is the place to go - up in New Brighton. The red handle is $9.90 and they have them in stock.

Tool

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D-Rock is the place to go - up in New Brighton. The red handle is $9.90 and they have them in stock.

Tool


What he said.

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Wow thanks guys, that was quick! big lake is kind of a haul, think I will check out D rock.

I have an older lazermag with a black lever, hope they got that one! crazy.gif

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Johnson Hardware in Bloomington is a Strikemaster dealer, but they will fix any small engine and they do great work. They are at 494 and Portland...actually American and Portland.

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D-Rock is great. Great service there. If you can ever make the haul to Strikemaster it's worth it, they hooked us up with a new auger a couple years ago, let us return ours and try out a couple before we bought. I don't know if they still do that, but it was worth it and they're great folks up there.

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The Big Lake center has a habit of fixing things for free.

I live a mile from them, and have had very good luck with their work. Thus the reason I buy winter clothing from them, jackets, hats, etc.

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