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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by KG26, Apr 1, 2013.
Our shovels get broken long before they wear down that much.
That shovel is about 13 years old. It was actually looking pretty good up until a couple years ago when I accidentally clipped it with the mower. Forgot I had the blade engaged as I was driving the mower up in to the truck, and it just mangled the snot out of the shovel. Had to smash the tip back with a sledge hammer, but it still does its job alright.
I wish I could get 3 years let alone 13
I'd be happy with 3 months
if you are breaking shovels that quick then you are throwing cash away. get the metal handled shovels.
We usually bend the shovels doing mulch. I don't think $100 a year is going to break the budget
you underestimate how poor i am
how the heck do you bend a shovel doing mulch? gotta stop buying from walmart man
Our plastic ones crack pretty easy. We get 2 years or so out of the aluminum ones.
We have one metal shovel but after 4 hours of spreading mulch your arms feel like jello. We went to the aluminum ones and buy 3-4 a year.
how are the poly ones as far as weight go?