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Maintaining Auger Points And Blades

Auger maintenance is simple enough that it’s often overlooked. However, anyone who does a lot of gardening knows garden tool care and maintenance is the best way to help ensure your tools not only work well, but last for years to come. With augers, regular maintenance means the blades will likely stay sharp, perfectly aligned and properly attached […]

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New Heavy Duty Earth Augers Hit the Market

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   Earth auger manufacturer Power Planter® introduces new Tube Drive with Heavy Duty Tip Augers and Replaceable Heavy Duty Auger Parts.   April 26, 2017 – Loda, Ill.   Power Planter is excited to introduce two new types of products –Tube Drive Augers with Heavy Duty Tips and Replaceable Heavy Duty Auger […]

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Auger Buyer’s Guide – How to Find the Right Earth Auger (for Homeowners and Professionals)

There are many different types of augers on the market. From handheld plant augers to engine-powered post hole diggers, you can find an auger to drill through almost any material you wish – from soil, to wood, to ice, and more. Here we’re going to discuss how homeowners and professional landscapers can go about finding […]

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Safety Notice
To reduce risk of injury, user must read DEWALT instruction manual before operating DEWALT product. Always use ANSI Z87.1 eye protection and proper respiratory protection. Keep hands and body clear of sharp edges and moving parts.

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