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Iambjm

Strikemaster Lazer XL 3000 SOLD

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Strikemaster XL 3000 includes 10" lazer drill assembly, spare new set of lazer blades, 10" chipper assembly. Starts good runs decent, blades on the unit might be dull. $275 takes all, I am in the Grand Rapids area and live on a lake where you can try it out.

email me at Iambjm@myway.com

Brother-in-law wants 10" chipper assembly, new price $225 Lazer XL and spare set of blades.

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How old is it?

Can you send me pictures

eric.goodman@charter.net

Thanks

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so your just selling the power head and a set of 10 inch blades ???

the auger is not part of the deal--or am I missing something

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so your just selling the power head and a set of 10 inch blades ??? the auger is not part of the deal--or am I missing something

We originally had two drill auger units, one lazer 10" one chipper 10", one XL3000 power head and a spare set of lazer blades. I am now selling the XL 3000 power head - 10" lazer auger unit and spare set of new blades.

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