aqh88
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It's possible to break spades.. and shovels? Most of the tools I'm using except my newer lightweight shovel are older than me (23). Maybe they just don't make things how they used to. Most of my shovels have been used to pry loose frozen barn doors, chip ice, and various other hard uses. They still dig holes come spring. Aside from my lightweight shovel (those old iron scoop shovels were killing me) noone in my family has probably bought a new one since my grandpa was my age. :lol:

TheLorax
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Aside from my lightweight shovel (those old iron scoop shovels were killing me) noone in my family has probably bought a new one since my grandpa was my age.
Braggart. I think you need to come visit me and teach me your family's technique. I think I'll catch on after you dig maybe 20 holes for me or so. I'll watch very carefully and take notes.

Mimi
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Location: New England

I'm new to this site, but found this after reading your posts. I think I need a spade.

[url]https://rayssupplycompany.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=71[/url]

I hope I'm still in the post about spades with T handles!

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