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10-Square Tine Ballast Fork

$8000
  • Forged , one piece steel head
  • Great for moving loose materials such as stones and mulch
  • Strong hardwood handle
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Product Overview

The Razor-Back ballast fork is used for transferring loose materials such as stones and mulch. The head is mounted to an hardwood handle with armor D-grip for strength and durability. Great tool for picking or cleaning up manure, hay straw or barley.
  • 10 square tines
  • Forged steel head
  • 30 in. North American hardwood handle
  • Strong steel D-grip

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Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
30
Product Depth (in.)
7.1
Product Height (in.)
42.9
Product Width (in.)
9.5

Details

Handle Material
Wood
Number of tines
10
Product Weight (lb.)
6.6
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
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  • 67% recommend this product
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Heavy duty! Way better than typical pitchforks. I bought this...
Heavy duty! Way better than typical pitchforks. I bought this to pick up forest and garden waste and throw into a whee barrow or trash bin. It grabs way more due to the density of tines. I’m impressed. Worth the money and wait time for delivery.
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Fast & easy service....
Fast & easy service.
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Well built tool. Worth the extra $$$
Well built tool. Worth the extra $$$
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A fork for specialized uses
And absolutely the best at what it's intended for. If you have ever had to move 2" or 3" crushed stone, there's nothing like it. That's why it's as heavily built and sized the way it is. You have to choke up to move this many pounds of material and so would not want a longer handle. I don't know how you could break a handle unless you're abusing this heavy tool. It's not a digging fork. If you're moving lighter material, like hay or compost, this fork is really overkill, although for some heavy soil or mulch materials, might be okay. A lot of us need a couple other forks, too--like my mainstay, a longer-handled 6-tine compost fork.
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    She’s a beast, but on the short side could be...
    She’s a beast, but on the short side could be longer. Quality tool
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    the handle should be longer, I'm 6'-1 and am bending...
    the handle should be longer, I'm 6'-1 and am bending over too much when using it; for $80 it should be designed better. Its very heavy too. Which is okay since its built well. Otherwise the fork works great on frozen horse manure.
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    Not cheap but very well built and will last....
    Not cheap but very well built and will last.
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    Wish It lasted Longer
    The rake is very heavy duty and works well for a year or so then the handles always break, I wish they designed using all metal, @ $70 apiece this is the fourth one I have had to replace.
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