Razor-Back® Forged 5-Tine Manure Fork

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# 0545
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Weight: 4.20 lbs

Engineered to last!

Razor-Back® forges the heads of their Manure Forks using a single piece of steel. This 9-3/4-inch wide head features five 12-1/2-inch long oval-shaped tines. They mount this head to a 48-inch hardwood handle and reinforce it with a Flex-Beam® connection.

Use Razor-Back® Forged Manure Forks to transfer manure, hay, straw, or barley. They are perfect for clearing and replacing mulch around your plants and shrubs.

The single-piece forged head and solid head-to-handle connection make Razor-Back® Forged Manure Forks extremely tough. Razor-Back® proudly makes each tool in the USA and backs it with a lifetime warranty!

Specs

  • Tine count: 5
  • Tine length (inches): 12-1/2
  • Tine spacing (inches): 3-1/2
  • Overall length (inches): 60-1/2
  • Overall width (inches): 9-3/4
  • Head material: Steel
  • Handle material: Wood
  • Handle length (inches): 48

Product Features

  • Single-piece forged steel head
  • Oval-shaped tines
  • North American hardwood handle
  • Flex-Beam® support
  • Made in the USA!

Product Benefits

  • Single-piece forged head provides years of service
  • Flex-Beam® feature reinforces the head-to-handle connection
  • Perfect for transferring manure, hay, straw, barley, or other materials
  • Works well for clearing and replacing mulch in beds and around shrubbery

Warranty

The manufacturer covers this product with a limited lifetime warranty.

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

5 Stars

Landscape Uses Henry B from NC wrote November 02, 2011

The fork has been very useful in moving mulch, cleaning up stump grinder wood chips and turning compost. It's tines are strong enough to serve as a garden spading fork.

5 Stars

Great for mulch Bob P from CT wrote November 01, 2011

The fork has five tines even though the picture shows 4. This fork is heavy duty and well built, but it is not a heavy tool. We use these when we mulch and they are excellent.

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