Stall Fork with Handle

$19.99
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Stall Fork with Handle

$19.99

Oversold. Est. In Stock by 05/01/2014.
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Product Summary:

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Finally a stall fork built cowboy tough.

K & D Brand Stall Forks are designed to withstand extreme heat and bitter cold temperatures without failure.

Each fork is molded from the finest impact-resistant material. The long life expectancy of these forks makes them the lowest cost forks you can use when you consider their cost over time.  Made in the USA

Colors may vary.

Size: 63" overall length; 54" L wooden handle.   16 tines (14 tines with 2 triangular side tines); 1/2 spacing between tines.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stronger than Dura Fork, or ANY!!!! 4 years & stil I own and run horse boarding facility, and Horse Motel, since 2004. With over 20 stalls to clean and daily use, this is the ONLY fork, (other than the heavy metal apple picker) that all 3 of mine have lasted 4+ years. I do try to get the plastic fork wet, weekly in this no humidity state, in summer, but all other brands break, within a year. This is AWSOME, durable, in 5 below 0 even! February 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works For Me It does what it's supposed to do, period. I use it year round and it flexes in all temperatures. I recommend painting the wood handle before you put it on as the wood won't rot "as fast" with being left out or regular hosing off/washing. Haven't had any tines break... yet. My son has used it for a pitch fork a couple times and may end-up breaking it. Good tough fork so far. September 18, 2011
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