A: If it were me I would contact the Ames company and ask them. I pretty sure they could help you out.
A: Cheap material rusted after 1st use
A: China Printed on the sticker with barcode
A: USA, I THINK.
A: contact manufacture of product for best answer.
A: I couldn't find a replacement either. Using proper safety precautions, I drilled out the top of the old handle, reversed it, added reinforcing and used the same handle upside down. If that hadn't worked, I would probably try contacting Ames directly!
A: Home depot store
A: I bought a whole new one being how they are low in price. I also try not to use it in hard soil or rocky areas. You can find heavy duty models that cost more, fiberglass, hard plastic, and stronger metal ends etc..
A: Yes it is strong enough and I used it to chop up small sticks.
A: This is a hand held tool (the handle is 13 1/2 inches long), so your hands would be in close contact to the compost if you used this for the use described.
A: The fork itself is about 4" long, the handle is 13", so if you have enough room in the tote to pile it up on one end as you turn it, it should work. The long handle and the design of the fork make it easy to penetrate fairly solid materials and loosen them up.
A: I suppose you could, but this is designed to swing so may be hard in a tight space
A: This is a great, sturdy and very sharp tool. Works great in my raised beds and small gardens. Don’t think it would be the safest tool to use in a confined container.
|Name||Carbon Steel Combo Hand Digger and Hoe with Comfort Handle||Hoe/Cultivator Combo with Wood Handle||51 in. L Wood Handle 4-Tine Cultivator||7.5 in. Short Handle 5-Tine Cultivator|
|Garden Tool Handle Style||Ergonomic||Long Handle||Short Handle|
|Handle Length (in.)||5.0||13.5||51.18||6 in|
|Features||Coated tines||Coated tines||Tempered Blade||Coated tines|
|Number of tines||3||3||4||5|
|Head Material||Steel||Carbon Steel||Steel|
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