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OPE Auger Blade

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I have an OPE (Osceola Power Equipment) Auger. It has a chipper style blade, but none that I have found are the same. Any clues? It says mora on the old one. confused.gif

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It's the same as the Strikemaster Magnum blades.

Any questions call Strikemaster in Big Lake.

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I went to Strikemasters site, and the blade for the mag 2000 is the same as I have seen at Gander Mountain, and it is too long and the bolt holes don't line up. Other than that they look similar.

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I also have a 1989 OPE unit, and I just purchased a replacement blade at D-Rock in New Brighton (651/639-0446). Part No. SES-825, for $13.95, no trade-in necessary. The blade I replaced is stamped "KI Mora Sweden". The replacement blade is identical and fits perfectly.

I'd suggest you discuss your situation with the very knowledgeable gentleman in D-Rock's parts department. He probably knows as much about the older units... maybe more... than the younger customer service types in Big Lake.

Good Luck.

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Some bait shops will call the blade 8 1/4" Mag III blade. That's how our packages are marked. I had a OPE and that's what I put on that. Otherwise, if you buy a good 12" file, it does not take much to sharpen the blades. I would bet that the point on the bottom of the auger is in need of a touch up also.

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