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    Default Source for 'old' Skidoo parts?

    A few years ago I posted looking for parts for my '95 Skidoo GrandTouring 470. Someone tipped me off to a place in Eastern Canada that had apparently bought all of Skidoo's older part supply. The tip panned out, got what I needed and they were wonderful to deal with. Now I need more parts and I can't find my post or notes. Is that person out there who knows where this place is? Thanks.

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    Boy I could use a few parts for my 82' Citation. Please let me know if you find.

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    EBAY....... Restored my 70 Panther with parts off ebay, NOS parts at that.

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    Alaska Snowmachine Salvage I have always been treated good there.
    Just off Old Seward, East side I,m thinking 70th?

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    Default Found Site for discontinuted Ski-Doo parts

    Well, it took me awhile, but I finally re-found this place: Fullerton's in Bracebridge Ontario 705-646-0051. Really nice and helpful people. Apparently they bought all of of Bombardier's discontinued parts and they've found stuff for me that no one else could - include salvage yards in Anchorage - for my 'antique' 1995 machine.

    I'm glad my last name isn't Ski-Doo or I would've been disposed of years ago

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    90's and older off Wasilla fishhook. If John doesn't have it he'll tell ya who in Alaska dose, the history of that part, how to install it, potential problems you might run into and how to get around them and half a dozen stories about times he had to change that same part. Then if you have time for a chat he always seems to enjoy talking about old sleds and good times.
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