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Where can I get this digger?

Posted by brohloff none (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 15, 12 at 0:10

Have had this hand digger for lots of years and use it quite a bit.
Love this digger. Much better IMO than rigid teeth diggers.
Would like to purchase another for one of our kids but cannot find
one like this anywhere local or internet.
Anybody seen one like this and know where to get it?
Is 15" long and has spring steel tines/teeth.......
Thanks
brohloff


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RE: Where can I get this digger?

I found it in this link if give me info on your image it may help if you tool photo of tool want be any help.

I went to chat room with james he had no info on tools are where bracket came from dead end for now.

Here is a link that might be useful: hand tool


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RE: Where can I get this digger?

Can't help, but that's a pretty cultivator. My guess would be at least 60 years old. Be surprised if anybody's making them like that now ... might find one in an antique store.


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brohloff, check your email

I just sent you an email with a link to a similar cultivator - not exactly like yours - not as pretty. But it might be close enough.

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RE: Where can I get this digger?

Try this site. They are expensive, but the only place I found one. I don't think they make them any longer as this one looks old and used.
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Here is a link that might be useful: Three tined antique hand tiller


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RE: Where can I get this digger?

... and so I add one more new forum member to my "Do Not Respond To Ever Again" list.


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