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Ice Auger tune up

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Hey where in the Twin City Metro can/should I take my Strike Master for a tune up and new blade?
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I think D-Rock in New Brighton could probably take care of that for you also.

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I have the same question but with a jiffy. It needs a soild tune up it been about 5 yrs. But she keep on pluggin' fine. or I could go with the old "if its not broke don't fix it"
But I think I should get it tuned up.

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Mudman- I would highly recommend not messing with a motor that runs good. I have a friend who got his "tuned up" and it's never been perfect since. I never mess with mine, and she just keeps going!

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I had D-Rock service my auger for the 1st time in 10 years - they did a great job.

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I'd recommend D-Rock for any auger repairs or tune ups.
Great service, fast, reliable, and reasonably priced !!
I'd trust them with mine........but, since it's an Eskimo......I haven't needed service.

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I would also say D-rock. They have good service and know what they are doing. Also, their prices are pretty good to boot.

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