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    Aug 2008
    Alabama
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    If you do some serious time on the shovels like I do

    you might like these . I got a couple awhile back and like'm so far . The little straps are easy to replace and cheap when you break one . And you will break one in time . If not you ain't work'n hard enough .

    Dig Rig
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    Mar 2012
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    Dead link...got a pic to post? Sure would like to see what you've described.

    Bob
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    Endeaver to perservere

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    Link worked for me. Is a plastic add on back end for a shovel. S+H is $6.50 but didn't see price.
    I can see it holding more dirt.
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    worked for me and i think its a good idea!

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    Mar 2012
    Mebane, NC
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    Really nice idea. I was at Lowe's a week ago and saw where they had some Kobalt shovels with the same pattern but built into the shovel head as one unit.

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    Mike

    Feb 2011
    Midwest City, Oklahoma
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    Quote Originally Posted by Underburden View Post
    Dead link...got a pic to post? Sure would like to see what you've described.

    Bob
    Dig Rig is the site digrigshovel.com



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    Sep 2007
    Tennessee
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    Very nice and reasonable too. Thanks for posting it.
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    ca
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    Jan 2008
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    Thanks for posting this Takoda... it looks like to ought to hold on to loose rock better instead of constantly losing it.



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    Feb 2012
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    Wow, I saw one of these in my grand dads shop twenty years ago and he made it out of steel the same thickness as the shovel. He'd probably roll over in the grave knowing he could have sold this idea back then. Wouldn't be hard to weld one up that wouldn't break. Wonder why a manufacturer doesn't offer one formed this way?

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    Aug 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Hemmingway View Post
    Thanks for posting this Takoda... it looks like to ought to hold on to loose rock better instead of constantly losing it.



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    Hey Jim , how's the ole silver master making out lately ? Main thing I like about
    these little do-dads is I can put them on and off . When I break a shovel I just
    stick it on the new one . They also help extend the life on the soles of a $ 70.00
    pair of Wolverines . Also .... they don't cost much and I don't have to make'm .
    When I wear them out I'll probably buy some more . Hope all is going well for
    you Jim .

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    Honorary Member of the Central Alabama Artifact Society (C.A.A.S)

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    Takoda...all is well as far as we know. A long winter...I get restless with being cooped-up but thankfully we get a chance to interact with our friends here on TNet. Last autumn's prospecting trip for two months was all good Takoda... lookin' for silver, clean-up at the end of the day, gettin' back to camp and having that first mug of tea or coffee beside a blazing campfire, and later checking out the day's silver finds. I think you'll agree that's a pretty good life... and sleep well too.

    In case you missed it here's a link to a write-up about it and some silver recovered...

    Electronic Prospecting in Silver Country

    Hope all is well with you and the family, and that you have a real good season. If anyone deserves success its gotta be hard-workin' you.

    Jim.
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    Aug 2008
    Alabama
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Hemmingway View Post
    Takoda...all is well as far as we know. A long winter...I get restless with being cooped-up but thankfully we get a chance to interact with our friends here on TNet. Last autumn's prospecting trip for two months was all good Takoda... lookin' for silver, clean-up at the end of the day, gettin' back to camp and having that first mug of tea or coffee beside a blazing campfire, and later checking out the day's silver finds. I think you'll agree that's a pretty good life... and sleep well too.

    In case you missed it here's a link to a write-up about it and some silver recovered...

    Electronic Prospecting in Silver Country

    Hope all is well with you and the family, and that you have a real good season. If anyone deserves success its gotta be hard-workin' you.

    Jim.
    I didn't miss it Jim . I read it then . I read it again now and it's still good .

  14. #14
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    Apr 2009
    Homewood, Al
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    Hunter, Walmart has an Ames ( Americian made) with the extended foot area for 19.99. I bought one today. It is wood and heavy but should last!!

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    Feb 2012
    NW Indiana
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    Kilnmaint.... I'll have to check it out. I do think it would help move more material. Thanks

 

 

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