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    Default Who deals in Eskimo parts??

    Just had my magneto go out on my Eskimo Shark 71cc and was trying to get some info on dealers in the local area to get parts I need. Tried ordering parts from Eskimo but it seems my order had problems processing and it was cancelled. Any info would be greatly appreciated and thanks in advance for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LIVIN907 View Post
    Just had my magneto go out on my Eskimo Shark 71cc and was trying to get some info on dealers in the local area to get parts I need. Tried ordering parts from Eskimo but it seems my order had problems processing and it was cancelled. Any info would be greatly appreciated and thanks in advance for any help.
    Check AIH in Wasilla. I believe they sell Eskimo augers and parts. Possibly 3 Rivers also.

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    Tried AIH and Sportsmans Warehouse this morning. Hope I don't have to buy another auger if there aren't any dealers or small engine shops around that would carry the parts I need.

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    Magneto are a very simple device, (coil and a magnet) if you have an ohm meter test the switch and look for any broken wires.

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    I disconnected the switch and isolated just the coil and even adjusted the spacing and still no spark to the plug. Also used three different plugs two being brand new and the machine has great compression with no broken wires. It baffles me also how something so simple as a chunk of metal with a spark plug wire coming out of it can just up and go bad.

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    I have a brand new one! PM Sent.
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    Hey thanks Mike I'll contact you tomorrow and work out a deal!!

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    Try not to use Eagle River small engine repair, they take along time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LIVIN907 View Post
    Hey thanks Mike I'll contact you tomorrow and work out a deal!!
    Bring your sample so we can make sure it is a fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKSweetPete View Post
    Try not to use Eagle River small engine repair, they take along time.
    Don't just "try"not to use them, under absolutely no circumstance should you use them. Pm me for more info if needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtofak View Post
    Bring your sample so we can make sure it is a fit.
    I will have to agree it takes forever to get stuff back from them

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