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4-Tine Bully Super Fork, 46-inch Length

# SF373
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12 @ $ 42.50
> 3 @ $ 39.99
Weight: 11.660000 lbs

Designed for comfort yet tough and strong to dig into heavy, compact soil; fantastic for hard-packed clay!

All-steel, heavy duty welded spading fork. Extra wide step for foot comfort. Extra wide D-handle for 2-hand gripping. Great for opening compact soils.

Weight of the fork makes for easy digging. 11-inch long x 8.25-inch wide head; four 1/2-inch wide tines; 35-inch handle length; 46-inch overall length.

Specs

  • 35 in long D-grip handle
  • 11 in x 8 & 1/4 in head
  • Weighs approx 9 lbs
  • All steel construction

Product Features

  • Extra-wide D-grip
  • Four tined fork

Product Benefits

  • The extra wide D-grip can be used for both hands when breaking tough ground

Review Summary (Based on 9 Reviews)

Customer Reviews for 4-Tine Bully Super Fork, 46-inch Length

5 Stars

Absolutely solid construction

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Have not had a chance to use this Bully Super Fork yet. In the past I have use a standard fork to turn the soil at the drip line of my olive trees (100 of them) in order to mix in the fertilizer. The fork I used in the past was destroyed in a fire that destroyed our home. The old fork was borderline in working the clay soil. I anticipate absolutely no problem with this heavy duty guy.

5 Stars

Used on a lawn

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While an intended use is for the garden, my first use of the April 2017 purchase was on my lawn. The intent is some deep aeration and loosening of a tired lawn. I intend to sweep over the ground surface soil amendments. True a slow process, but an inexpensive exercise/experiment. The delivered tool, via that Seattle co has a different handle than pictured on either site. It is a T bar - a broad flat handle, like the Roebuck fork,but with foam padding. Nice. The angle iron step has worked well. I can stand on it to press all the way down. If need be, rock side-off-site to thru a deep stony layer (from beneath a former sidewalk). So far after 200+ penetrations, of many more to come - it is a 'bully' of a success! It is a well made tool. For this task it is great and the price is wonderful - for my budget and to start the process of cracking tight soil.

5 Stars

Pitchfork

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The pitchfork is bomb-proof, strong, and unbreakable.

5 Stars

4 - Tine Bully Super Fork a super buy

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I bought the fork because all other strongly advertised forks bent under our soil conditions. This one has remained solid with no deforming at all. So far its the best fork for our soil bar none.

3 Stars

Not for gardening

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I needed a break-proof spading fork for deep tilling of my garden. Yes it is probably break-proof but it is poorly designed. Tines would be better straight than bent (so would the handle) but the worst thing is the angle iron welded to the top of the tines, it accumulates dirt and debris constantly. Should be called a landscaping rock and root fork!

1 Star

Save your money

wrote ():

I was super excited to purchase this spading fork for expanding my garden! Before I even used it, I bought one for my father and my father-in-law, based on it's heavy duty look. I wish I would never have spent the money. My father-in-law bent a tine digging in soil he has dug many times in the last 20 years. I have bent mine so many times that I keep a sledge with me while I work just to pound it back into shape. I would tolerate the massive weight of the tool if it worked as tough as it looks, but my cheap old one is back in use now. The forks need a major design overhaul, and it needs to lose some major weight before I would recommend this tool to anyone.

3 Stars

Not as sturdy as I hoped

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This is a good, heavy tool that works pretty well. I was really surprised to find that we bent one of the tine and the handle within the first 25 hours of use.

4 Stars

Super Fork

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The 4 Tine Super Fork is great for a small garden. It is very heavy and I would not want to have to use it all day. Does a great job of turning over heavy soil.

4 Stars

Heavy Duty Turning Fork

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Have been looking for an overbuilt turning fork for lifting perennials in the fall and this one is as tough as they come. Never worried about bending or breaking. Only issue was the thickness of the tines made it hard to penetrate hard compacted soils but overall a tough tool.

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Designed for comfort yet tough and strong to dig into heavy, compact soil; fantastic for hard-packed clay!

All-steel, heavy duty welded spading fork. Extra wide step for foot comfort. Extra wide D-handle for 2-hand gripping. Great for opening compact soils.

Weight of the fork makes for easy digging. 11-inch long x 8.25-inch wide head; four 1/2-inch wide tines; 35-inch handle length; 46-inch overall length.