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7.75 in. Replacement Edger Blades

  • Replacement blade for use on all ECHO edgers
  • Standard .090" blade thickness
  • Cleans edge on driveway, lawn, sidewalk or flower bed
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Product Details

The ECHO 7.75 in. Dia Replacement Edger Blades for ECHO helps make edging easy around walkways, paths and driveways. These durable blades are made of high-strength steel and are corrosion resistant. Can be used with ECHO PE edger models and PAS edger attachments.
  • For questions about service and repair, please call Echo at 1-800-432-ECHO or reference the Service & Repair document
  • Replacement blade for helps make edging easy around walkways, paths and driveways
  • Made of high-strength steel
  • 7-3/4 in. Dia
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Easy to install
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  • California residents

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Dimensions: H 2 in, W 2 in, D 0.2 in


Arbor size (in.)0Blade Length (in.)7.75 in
Blade Thickness (in.)0.09Product Depth (in.)0.2 in
Product Height (in.)2 inProduct Width (in.)2 in


Fits BrandsECHOFits ModelsECHO PE edger models and PAS edger attachments.
Returnable90-DayUsed with Equipment TypeEdgers

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty90-day consumer / 30-day commercial

Questions & Answers

Q:What size cotter key is used on echo edger blades
by|Aug 1, 2023
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A:  Hi Steven! Thank you for your inquiry. The size of the cotter pin is 2x22.

by|Aug 3, 2023
    Q:What is the center hole/shaft size?
    by|Jun 17, 2023
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    A:  Hi Jared! The arbor size is 25mm. For additional information on the edger blade, please visit the following link, https://www.echo-usa.com/edger-accessories/edger-blades

    by|Aug 15, 2023

      A:  1 inch

      by|Jun 24, 2023
        Q:What torque should the nut be after replacing the blade on echo edgers?
        by|Apr 2, 2023
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        A:  I don't have a torque wrench, but I just tighten them down... never had an issue of them loosening or even coming off.

        by|Apr 4, 2023

          A:  There is no specific torque setting for the nut when replacing the blade on the Echo edger. Tighten the nut snugly until you reach the point where the cotter keyhole through the shaft aligns with the keyhole in the nut without overtightening. Then insert and set the new cotter key by spreading the cotter key ends. Now you are ready to use your new blade!

          by|Apr 6, 2023

            A:  I will be honest since I did not own a torque wrench until recently; I just tighten the nut fairly snuggly, to help pressure the retaining washer, and then install the pin.

            by|Jun 20, 2023
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              Q:Do these blades work for the Milwaukee edger attachment
              by|Apr 30, 2022
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              A:  Hi there! Thank you for your inquiry. ECHO has not tested the Edger Blades on other manufactures products. ECHO is unable to confirm if the blades will be compatible on other products that are not ECHO products. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

              by|May 2, 2022

                A:  Yes they do

                by|Jun 10, 2023
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                  Customer Reviews

                  4.7 out of 5
                  • 4.7
                    out of 663 reviews
                  • 95% recommend this product
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                  Echo straight edger PE 225 (Dec 2015) Blade replacement
                  I would recommend and give this 5 stars all the way, of course this is the first edger I have own, and first time replacing the blade. I have attached photos of the edging job that I have done since Jun 2016. Bought this at the Home Depot 76548 zip about Jun 2016, it was in the refurbished section. From what I have read, most people say they don't get but a year or so. I made mine last for at least Six Years. Had to almost have my straight pole up in the air, but, I squeezed as much as I could out of that original blade.
                    • Recommended
                    The blade is made to be easily replaced and put into use with a minimum of down time.
                          Best blades in the market. They last longer than expected.
                              Right size right price
                                It fit, it’s cheap and it works. These blades need to be changed out frequently because they wear quickly. A worn blade just doesn’t do the job.
                                    I own a lawn care business and get these regularly. Great product!
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