Little Beaver’s replaceable blades and points mount on the company’s regular and heavy-duty snap-on augers with ease. They protect the augers from wear while drilling in soils that range from loamy soil to compacted rock.
- Fasten to the auger with two steel bolts, and operators can remove the bolts with a common adjustable wrench
- Ideally suited for loamy soils or areas with few rocks
- Made from cold-rolled steel and hard surfacing to the edges
- Smaller-diameter augers (1-1/2-in., 2-in. and 3-in.) use standard points that simply screw or pin on
- Carbide blades fasten to the bottom of snap-on augers and cut hard clay and frozen ground into smaller pieces
- Heavy-duty snap-on augers use specially designed, heavy-duty steel and carbide blades and tips for abrasive soils and compacted rock