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McLeod Tool, 11-inch Width, 4-foot Handle

# MC48
In Stock
12 @ $ 54.99
> 3 @ $ 51.99
Weight: 5.630000 lbs

Proven by forestry and landscaper pros, this versatile tool does so much!

11-inch wide head; 4-foot handle. Versatile tool originally designed for the forest service and now used by landscapers. Tackles grading, raking, scraping, grubbing and tamping tasks. Has 6 tempered steel tines; each 3.5 inches long. 48-inch Northern Ash Handle. Weight of 5.6 lbs; shipping weight of 6 lbs.

Specs

  • 11" wide overall
  • 6 tines, each tine 3 and 1/2" long
  • 48" hardwood handle
  • Weighs 5 and 1/2 lbs

Product Features

  • Brought into the catalog by popular request for Mcleod tools
  • Can be used for brush clearing, grading, raking, scraping, grubbing and tamping

Product Benefits

  • Can be used for brush clearing, grading, raking, scraping, grubbing and tamping

Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

Customer Reviews for McLeod Tool, 11-inch Width, 4-foot Handle

5 Stars

McLeod

wrote ():

I do volunteer work for the USFS and NPS. Previously I repaired trails in southern California where the McLeod is an essential tool. When I moved to Asheville, I found that the local trail crews were not familiar with the tool and I purchased my onw from you. The tool has been a wise purchase. I selected the model with the long handle. I learned in California that this model works better than the one with a polymer handle. I am surprised how few gardeners and trail workers are aware of the utility of the McLeod. It is a tool for all seasons.

4 Stars

Great Product

wrote ():

Our job entails removing stubborn weeds from tree pits; this mcleod was perfect for the job! We were careful not to damage tree roots while using this tool, and were able to do so with this tool. Would recommend for gardening as well, a great way to remove dead plants.

5 Stars

Excellent tool for trail clearing

wrote ():

I am exteremely pleased with the McLeod Tool that I purchased to help in new walking trails in thru a forest adjacent to my home. I came across a reference to it while researching trailbuilding methods -online- and it is easy to see why it is used by the National Parks Firefighting Services and trail-builders alike. An excellent and very well-built, one of a kind tool

5 Stars

McLeod Tool does it all...

wrote ():

I've been landscaping with a Mcleod tool for over 25 years. Yes, you can do all the chores as stated in A.M. Leonard's product description. It is especially useful for forming water basins around newly planted trees and shrubs. Wonderful for tamping, too, if you weld the handle piece to the head and remove the screw/bolt on the bottom for a smoother finish tamp.

Proven by forestry and landscaper pros, this versatile tool does so much!

11-inch wide head; 4-foot handle. Versatile tool originally designed for the forest service and now used by landscapers. Tackles grading, raking, scraping, grubbing and tamping tasks. Has 6 tempered steel tines; each 3.5 inches long. 48-inch Northern Ash Handle. Weight of 5.6 lbs; shipping weight of 6 lbs.