Model # 1537300

Internet #205350323

Razor-Back 45 in. Fiberglass Handle Caprock Irrigation Shovel
0049206153738

Razor-Back

45 in. Fiberglass Handle Caprock Irrigation Shovel

  • Heavy gauge steel blade with solid shank construction
  • Great for breaking up dense material
  • Strong thick wall fiberglass handle
$60.62 /each

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The Razor-Back Caprock irrigation shovel is ideal for breaking up dense material such as clay, coral, rock and decomposed granite. Available in a 45 in. solid core fiberglass handle for the ultimate performance. It also features a steel tempered solid shank, #2 blade with a 9 in. socket to strength the blade and handle connection. Great tool for professionals or homeowners to utilize for fracturing the toughest applications.

  • For fracturing dense materials such as coral, clay and decomposed granite
  • No-step solid shank
  • 45 in. solid core fiberglass handle with cushion grip
  • Caprock shovel will service users for years to come

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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Slightly disappointed This is a decent product, but I am slightly disappointed. I already have an older razor back caprock shovel and I loved it! Unfortunately the quality of the new shovel is not as good as the old one. The handle is the same but the blade is not. The old blade was made in Ireland and the blade on the new shovel is made in India. The ground where I live is very rocky and I have used the old shovel to bust up several rocks through the years digging post holes. The old blade still shows no signs of wear and I have been very impressed with it. This is why I decided to get another one just like it when the need for a second shovel came up. Unfortunately I don’t like it as much. The steel on the new blade is obviously softer than the old one. I have used it once and after busting only one rock with it the blade already has small dings in the end of it. This is still a good shovel compared to most, but I wish that it had the same quality blade as the old shovel. Also the new blade has more angle to it than the old one. I don't know maybe some people would like this, but my personal preference, I liked the angle of the old one better. July 3, 2015
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