MID Seymour 49153 Garden Spade Shovel 16 Gauge / 7" x 12" Forward Turned Step Solid Steel Rivet 48" Precision Lathe Turned Hardwood Handle P7100789MID-49153 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/MID/MID-49153.jpg Seymour 49153 Garden Spade Shovel 16 Gauge / 7" x 12" Forward Turned Step Solid Steel Rivet 48" Precision Lathe Turned Hardwood Handle Manufacturer Part Number: 49153Garden Spade, 16 gauge steel head with rear turn step, 48\" Hardwood Handle• 16 Gauge / 7\" x 12\" Head• Rear Turn Step• Solid Steel Rivet• 48\" Precision Lathe Turned Hardwood Handle•Series: S400 Jobsite™•Head Style: Forward Turned Step•Head Connection: Solid Steel Rivet•Handle: 48" Precision Lathe Turned Hardwood 7100789 031365122021 4.80lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Seymour 49153 Garden Spade Shovel, 16 Gauge / 7" x 12" , Forward Turned Step, Solid Steel Rivet, 48" Precision Lathe Turned Hardwood Handle, Price/Each

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Manufacturer Part Number: 49153

Garden Spade, 16 gauge steel head with rear turn step, 48" Hardwood Handle

• 16 Gauge / 7" x 12" Head

• Rear Turn Step

• Solid Steel Rivet

• 48" Precision Lathe Turned Hardwood Handle

•Series: S400 Jobsite™

•Head Style: Forward Turned Step

•Head Connection: Solid Steel Rivet

•Handle: 48" Precision Lathe Turned Hardwood

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
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