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Model # 42101

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30 in. Wood D-Handle Transfer Shovel

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  • Industrial gauge steel blade
  • Rolled step prevents material build-up
  • Strong hardwood handle with Armor D-grip
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Product Details

Strength and durability make Razor-Back tools the choice of professionals. This sturdy square point shovel is an essential part of any tool assortment. It's perfect for moving loose garden material, sand, top soil or debris. It can also be used to shape beds, mix concrete, level off areas that need to be flat or to scrape stubborn material off driveways or other hard surfaces.
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  • 30 in. sturdy, stained North American hardwood handle for long life
  • Large, open-back industrial steel blade
  • Steel and wood D-grip for added leverage and control
  • Rolled-step helps prevent material build-up
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Specifications

Dimensions: H 41.1 in, W 9 in, D 4.9 in

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)11.1 inBlade Width (in.)9
Handle Length (in.)30Product Depth (in.)4.9 in
Product Height (in.)41.1 inProduct Width (in.)9 in

Details

Blade MaterialSteelFeaturesCoated Blades
Garden Tool Handle StyleD-GripHandle MaterialWood
Product Weight (lb.)5 lbReturnable90-Day
Shovel TypeTransfer Shovel

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Manufacturer WarrantyLifetime
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Are any in stocks a sevierville tn store 42101 shovel
by|Jul 23, 2021
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A:  You can check the Home Depot website or call the store to find out. You can also order online and have it delivered to your local Home Depot or ship it directly to you.

by|Jul 29, 2021
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Q:What is the guage of the steel on the scoop
by|Aug 16, 2015
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A:  It measures about .080 thick, so considering paint thickness, I would say its 14 gauge steel. I would say its comparable to the long handled heavy duty shovels I have and is vary solid. It is dual riveted on the handle to shovel end.

by|Jan 6, 2020

A:  14 guage

by|Jan 6, 2020

A:  It is 14 gauge according to the specs and I measured it as well. The powder-coating adds to the thickness but I was able to get the 14 gauge (.0747") slot over the blade.

by|Jan 2, 2020

A:  14 gauge

by|Dec 25, 2019
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    A:  14 gauge

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    Customer Reviews

    4.7 out of 5
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    This is a great handle length for transferring media of most any kind. The handle is very comfor...
    This is a great handle length for transferring media of most any kind. The handle is very comfortable to work with allowing less strain on the back. The curved edge on the top of the shovel prevents it for digging into your boot when working it deep. This shovel cleans up with a rinsing of the garden hose - super easy. The thick strong wood handle is very comfortable. I can work it a long time with very little strain.
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    The shovel has a wood grip in a D handle which makes it easy to hold and control the angle of the...
    The shovel has a wood grip in a D handle which makes it easy to hold and control the angle of the shovel. The D handle is attached with a rivet and is NOT loose and wobbly like some shovels. The shovel end is attached with 2 rivets to the handle. The sides and back are formed up to hold the material. The end of the shovel is thin to allow it to get through the material. The end of the shovel has about a 1/4" bow to it so it doesn't contact the ground fully, only the edges. This is not good for scraping things like topsoil off a driveway. It leaves a small pile behind.
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    high quality, heavy-duty shovel the right length for moving, scraping, cleaning and mulching. I ...
    high quality, heavy-duty shovel the right length for moving, scraping, cleaning and mulching. I used this to move rocks, clean up pine needles on stone steps, and redistribute mulch. It is definitely well-made and built for punishment. Features like double-rivets, reinforced D-handle, and the thickness of the blade make this a quality tool. I admit to being a cheapskate when it comes to my other garden tools, so it feels really good to have this shovel in my garage, or on the lawn. This one is going to last a long time, and the lifetime warranty means that's exactly what Razor-back intended.
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    This shovel is handy to have for moving gravel, dirt or mucking out drains. I used it to muck out...
    This shovel is handy to have for moving gravel, dirt or mucking out drains. I used it to muck out a street drain today (in the rain) as the drain had filled up and wasn’t draining anymore. This worked great to get out the dirt and muck that had filed up the drain. I also used it to move some of the gravel. As a transfer shovel, this worked great. The D-handle is comfortable in the hand and the shovel is sturdy enough to carry a full load of gravel or dirt. Made in the USA
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    The Razor-Back 30 in Wood D- Handle Transfer Shovel is very different than the other two shovels ...
    The Razor-Back 30 in Wood D- Handle Transfer Shovel is very different than the other two shovels i already own and would have been stuck using. This shovel is definitely more effective at moving sand and stones around utility pipes on a job site. The shovel head is flat and wider, the wood shaft is shorter with a handle that is built to give a better grip and be less fatiguing on my hands. I favor this design better than the "pointed tip" shovels for if im not digging up hard dirt. Also its better for mixing cement in a plastic bucket. I highly recommend it. 5 STARS.
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    This is a great short D handle shovel. Perfect for all around use around the home. I immediately ...
    This is a great short D handle shovel. Perfect for all around use around the home. I immediately put it to use moving and spreading 12 yards of mulch. The shovel finish kept the mulch from sticking to the shovel and really made the cleanup a breeze. Its lightweight but sturdy construction made this job much easier. I highly recommend this shovel, a great addition to the tool inventory.
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    This Razorback 30 inch Wood D- Handle Transfer Shovel Is definitely not a flimsy shovel. When you...
    This Razorback 30 inch Wood D- Handle Transfer Shovel Is definitely not a flimsy shovel. When you pick it up you can feel the weight of a well made shovel. Giving it a closer look you see that the blade is rolled at the top to stop material build up and a good place to place your foot the get a good shovel full. The 30 inch size is perfect for use of the "D" handle for extra leverage. My Razorback will be part of my overland trailer inventory!
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    I had trouble getting it to fit my hand, so had to have the wife use it. Actually it has a little...
    I had trouble getting it to fit my hand, so had to have the wife use it. Actually it has a little shorter handle which is better for tight places or a short, smallish person. Everything about it seems to be heavy duty. The only thing that would make it better would be if it had a composite handle. We have a metal roof and the snow slides off and when it does it is really compact. This shovel is perfect for working the snow berm down. Also when it comes summer and we're going to the woods it will fit good under the seat of the truck.
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    Great , heavy duty shovel with a great handle! This nicely designed shovel us perfect for our nee...
    Great , heavy duty shovel with a great handle! This nicely designed shovel us perfect for our needs at home! Such a diversified piece of equipment that gets used all the time! Whether you are outside, inside or just doing garden work, it will be there to help you complete many jobs. The quality is great and the handle is very sturdy. I recommend this shovel.
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    I have an old Razorback long handle flat head shovel (approx. 60” from shovel edge to top of handle) that I have I have owned for many years. In fact, it may have been handed down to me from my father. It has been used for all kinds of tasks including moving loose dirt, sand and gravel, mixing concrete, scraping ice, edging landscape beds, tamping (smacking) down loose dirt and it is still in “good shape”. So I can vouch from my own experience for the durability and quality of Razorback shovels. I got this shorter handle flat head shovel for the different size and the “D grip” handle. The shovel head appears to be a little wider than my old shovel, ¼ to 1/2”. It is attached to the handle with double rivets, one on top and one below. My old shovel only has one rivet. It weighs about the same as my old shovel. Comparing the two, I can reasonably conclude that this Razorback will be as good and durable as my old shovel. The D handle should make it easier to lift heavy material and the shorter handle provides more maneuverability in tighter places.
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