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The blades dont meet coming back.

Can anyone tell me where i can get replacement blades for kawasaki hedge trimmer I cant find them anywhere. thanks

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Go to www.precisionope.com. Put your model information It asks for under oem parts. It will give you a parts list and diagram. See if you can find the part number there for the blades. That may be more help for what you are looking for.
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