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i am trying to contact brett thompson in wisconsin that i got the 100 hp patton bros. from if anyone has his phone number. i have lost it.
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Default Re: looking for brett thompson

As far as I know Brett moved to Virginia or somewhere in that part of the country.
You can TRY reaching him through this site:

http://www.smokstak.com/forum/member.php?u=9025

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Default Re: looking for brett thompson

Ernie, I'm fairly sure he moved to where that big engine CAME from.
I don't recall where he got it but try an internet search in that area if you know.
It just dawned on me that his email was hosted by a local provider so his email address FOR SURE has changed.
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