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Looking for a 10in Mora blade cover

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Well I called both Strikemaster service centers.......One had nothing. The other ended up finding a "very" old 10in mora blade cover. It was the last one she said. They are sending it out. So thatnks to anyone who was looking.

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On Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 11:29 PM, Agronomist_at_IA said:

like the title says looking for a 10in mora blade cover.

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Are you sure you held that tape to the end?  Almost looks like it comes out at 9" inches?  Is this a hand or power auger?

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6 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

 

Are you sure you held that tape to the end?  Almost looks like it comes out at 9" inches?  Is this a hand or power auger?

 

That was a picture they guy I got it from took. I measured it when I got it and it is 10in......not sure why the photo looks like it does. 

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I cleaned it up, and put some 10in HT polar Fire blades on it. I did send the old ones to get sharpened & found an actual Mora 10in set online. Also Had a guy come across 3 sets of 10in mora blades in an old bait shop he is getting for me.

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Got a set of old new stock mora 10in blades to put it on, and drilled  5 holes in 18-20in of ice no problem with the Milwaukee 1200in/lb-clam plate-mora 10in. Didn't skip or jump. This is gonna be nice for the wheel house. 

 

When I had the HT Polar Fire shaver/chipper blades the drill would cut out because they were to agressive. 

 

So so if anyone comes across some mora 10in shaver blades or 10in shaver blades in general let me know.

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From Strikemaster.....

 

This size blade has been discontinued since 1981. Wow.......so my auger is at best only 37 years old.......If it could only tell stories.

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