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I have a strikemaster lazer lite and it wobbles when i'm drilling holes. Does anyone have the same problem? Whats wrong and how do i fix it? I checked the connection between the motor and drill with L-wrench and it's tight but the part closer to the motor is loose. I don't remember it being like that. I could also be wrong. Any ideas? Drilling was a pain last weekend. I switched the the blade tonight.

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Sounds like the bushings is wore out. But you would have had to drill a lot of holes to wear that out. Easy to replace but you would need to order it.

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I bought it used 3yrs ago in good condition. I took it to the shop when I bought it and haven't brought it in ever since. I would say I drill about 10+ holes in a weekend. I like to hole hop a lot. I did a search and only found one similar issue on a different forum. Someone had mentioned the same thing. I'm guessing the part has to be ordered from strikemaster. Would it be easy to do it myself or take it in?

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You should be able to do it your self the special tool would be a snap ring pliers. But it's also really quick to do if a shop does it, it should nt cost to much.

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