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717) 834-9126 Hirt Powersports LLC is veteran- owned and operated 11 Kamp Street Duncannon, PA 17020
These guys are some of the best mechanics in the county.
LM700.


Hirt Powersports LLC

Hirt Powersports LLC is veteran- owned and operated, providing services and products to fulfill all your powersports and outdoor power equipment needs. From four wheelers to zero turn mowers, our goal at Hirt Motorsports LLC is to provide quality products and services at an affordable price. We are a Ariens, Gravely, Husqvarna, Kawasaki, Echo and Generac authorized dealership. We also carry a full line of preowned power sports brands from Polaris, Honda, Yamaha and Artic Cat. We believe it is important not just to make a sale, but to build a relationship before, during, and after the sale. Call or stop in today you'll be glad you did! We also can get most any aftermarket or OEM parts. Check out our online Western Power Sports catalog. We are conveniently located in Duncannon, PA. Hirt Powersports LLC can provide you with the latest and best in powersports and outdoor power equipment products to make your outdoor living more enjoyable. From the most recent in ATV technology to the hottest new lawn care equipment, we can help you find just what you're looking for. Combine this wide array of selections with our friendly and knowledgeable staff, and we're convinced Hirt Powerports LLC will become your only stop for all of your powersports needs.


I bought my LM700 and my lawnmower from these guys. They are good.


This is a Blazer 170

This is my Landmastser UTV. I got it from my favorite shop Hirt Powersports I bought my LM700 and my lawnmower from these guys. They are good.

Since being established in 1820, Perry County has been known for it's undeniably rural nature. A variety of aspects of "modern" Perry county illustrate this: a plethora of trees, hills, fuzzy creatures, Protestant churches and pickup trucks, and a lack of pollution, sky scrapers, nuclear power plants, and most important - traffic lights! Laugh if you must, but a grave dilemma has reared it's ugly head! The county planning commission has proposed that a traffic light be installed at the intersection of routes 850 and 34, next to the small Shermansdale shopping center. Which should be compromised - the safety of the motorists and pedestrians in this area, or Perry count's rural nature, the factor which makes this county special to 36,000 residents? How can we preserve both our county's heritage and it's residents? Perhaps we could deter maniacal motorists by erecting a monument, instead of a traffic light. A monument with the words engraved upon it..."Progress stops here!" '
Joe C. 1985
PS April 2008.
There is supposed to be a traffic light installed in Marysville soon! That will be the end of that!

Disaster has struck Perry County! There will be a traffic light in Marysville in January 2010! Oh, woe unto us!




Juniata River, Blue juniata








Old kayak trip links

Enjoy the Blue Juniata!




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