BLACK+DECKER EB-007 Edger Hog Heavy-Duty Edger Replacement Blade

Amazon.com The 7-1/2-inch Black & Decker Edger Hog Heavy-Duty Edger Replacement Blade works with the 2-in-1 Landscape Trencher for expert outdoor use. The factory-sharpened serrated blade is crafted from hardened steel for superior performance that will last for seasons. A unique wear indicator on the blade alerts you to when the blade needs replacing.The 7-1/2-inch Black & Decker Edger Hog Heavy-Duty Edger Replacement Blade works with the 2-in-1 Landscape Trencher for expert outdoor use. The factory-sharpened serrated blade is crafted from hardened steel for superior performance that will last for seasons. A unique wear indicator on the blade alerts you to when the blade needs replacing.

Product Features

  • Replacement edger blade for the 2-in-1 Landscape Trencher
  • Factory-sharpened serrated blade for professional use
  • Crafted from hardened steel for cleaner cuts
  • 7-1/2-inch blade with wear indicator
  • Includes the 7-1/2-inch Edger Hog Heavy-Duty Edger Replacement Blade

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2 Responses to BLACK+DECKER EB-007 Edger Hog Heavy-Duty Edger Replacement Blade

  1. "Daytona Greg" says:

    I think you might be missing the point TO: Reviewer: S. Carmona (Manhattan Beach CA) and OTHERS…I could be wrong but I suspect I have the same EDGE HOG edger as you guys. Just put the washer ON, then the BLADE, then the washer, and TIGHTEN.I know that the blade would have a tendency to SLIP, but only if it encounters INCREDIBLE RESISTANCE – in which case you would WANT it to slip. I originally thought this was the wrong blade, but after thinking about it, I realized that it actually is a good design…

  2. Bluemax says:

    Works great if instructions are followed! I bought this replacement blade for an older LE750 that had oval type hole in the center. Was concerned that it would not work properly after reading some reviews. I threw the old blade and washers away and used new blade and washers as instructed. I torqued the nut to 140 in lbs as instructed. After using for 45 minutes and hitting many rocks and shooting sparks from hitting sidewalk, no slippage occured. I rechecked the torque to see if it had loosened and it was still 140 in lbs. I suspect…