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Model #2594600

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47.5 in. Wood Handle Trenching Shovel

  • Narrow, tempered steel blade for trench digging
  • Foot step for comfort and control
  • Durable hardwood handle
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Product Overview

This Razor-Back trenching shovel has a unique blade design for digging trenches. The 4 in. wide shaped blade is designed for digging a narrow trench in a construction application. It is the highest quality garden tool.
  • Heavy gauge, tempered steel blade for maximum strength
  • Forward turned step for secure foot placement
  • North American hardwood handle for strength and durability
  • Riveted for strong head to handle connection

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Handle Length (in.)47.54823.554
Handle MaterialWoodWoodWoodFiberglass
Blade MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteel
Blade Width (in.)455.754
Product Weight (lb.)3.463.94.243.2
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
12 in
Blade Width (in.)
4
Handle Length (in.)
47.5
Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Height (in.)
58.25
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Blade Material
Steel
Features
Coated Blades
Handle Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
3.46
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime

Questions & Answers

6Questions27Answers

Does this shovel come with a warranty

Asked by pat August 5, 2016
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This shovel has a pretty good Lifetime warranty against defect.

is this made in usa?

Asked by Douglas May 26, 2016
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Yes

How wide is the blade?

Asked by yyy December 22, 2016
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It states 4"

how many inches is it accros

Asked by chico June 4, 2020
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I would say maybe 4 or five. It’s pretty thin.

Will it fit in a standard gutter?

Asked by Gutter March 6, 2017
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This will fit in a 5 to 6 inch gutter, however it would not be my choice of tools for cleaning gutters.

how long is the shovel part?

Asked by key October 10, 2020
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47.5 “

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This Trenching Shovel is nice and light weight and great price. I used it to make the job of putt...
This Trenching Shovel is nice and light weight and great price. I used it to make the job of putting in low voltage lights easier.
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I needed to trench the drt around foundation of 9 garages so i can install the water barrier, wor...
I needed to trench the drt around foundation of 9 garages so i can install the water barrier, worked perfectly fine in a sandy soil
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This is a tool every person whether you are in the business of installing or repairing a sprinkler system or if you are a homeowner with a sprinkler system. This tool makes it so much easier to dig a small trench to install pvc pipe instead of using a shovel to make a bigger mess that is not needed. This tool lets you do the job not only easier, but neater. No need to dig bigger or larger holes when you can just about dig a hole a litter wider than the pvc pipe. This tools allows your yard to grow back the areas that were disturbed quicker. Also very easy to store!! Excellent tool!!
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This shovel can be difficult to work with in highly compact or hard soil conditions such as clay, rocky soils or drought stricken areas. The rear lip of the shovel, where you would normally place your foot to provide downward force, is only 1 inch wide and curved downward, so it is difficult to get any leverage. While trenching shovels are primarily used as cleanout shovels and should not require much leverage, certain soil conditions do still need a bit of extra force to get the blade buried deep (even in soil that has been loosened by a trencher or sharpshooter). What I liked about this shovel is the curve of the blade, the width which is perfect for a single piece of conduit, and the nice long length of the hardwood handle. If it had adjustable foot pegs that could slide up and down on the handle, this would be a perfect shovel! I may try and fashion something to it to see if I can’t salvage this tool
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Trenching Shovel vs Drain Spade for Irrigation
I purchased both this trenching shovel and a razorback drain spade to install 1” and 1-1/4” sprinkler lines. For this or similar use, definitely go with the trenching shovel. I buried approximately 6”and if needed to go deeper, used a regular digging shovel first and then followed with the trenching shovel due to the sandy soils in FL which cave at nearly 45* angles. This would give me the depth i needed.
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