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gritsnham

Lazer Auger Blades

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I have a lazer 224 from strikemaster and was wondering if the large blades are the same on all lazers. Im having trouble finding replacement blades for the 224 but many places have the larger 2 blade lazer replacments.

Thanks for the help!

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I believe you need 2 sets of Lazer blades to replace them. On the SM HSOforum it lists the 224 under the Lazer blade options.

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For the 8" 224 you need one set of the 8" power blades and one set of the 4" hand auger blades.

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For the 8" 224 you need one set of the 8" power blades and one set of the 4" hand auger blades.

Yup 2 sets, the 6" power and the 4" Lazer hand auger blades (depending on what size auger you have). It would be a good plan to get replacement points too. They come in a 2 pack.

LAZER Auger Blades

(4" & 6" Replacements for Lazer 224 Power Auger, 5" Replacement for Electra Lazer DP Power Auger)

Item #

Description

Special Offer Price

LD-4B

4” Lazer

$31.95 (per set)

LD-5B

5” Lazer

$31.95 (per set)

LD-6B

6” Lazer

$32.95 (per set)

Check on the StrikeMaster web site. They also have an exchange program so consider doing that so you then have a spare set on hand.

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Thanks guys thats what I was thinking for the power blades but was not sure for the smaller ones.

Now i know what to get!

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Thanks for the clarification grin I don't have a 224 so I was just looking at the SM site to see if I could determine what was needed.

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Does anyone sharpen their power point with a file? I have heard that some people do this and that it is effective at making the auger cut faster without having to replace them.

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