Tired of handles breaking when used to pry hardened mud, or the steel head gives way after standard? For the longest time your only option was using a gardener’s drain spade that was never intended for cleaning tracks on heavy equipment… but Bully Tools has created the perfect solution! The Bully Tools 10-Gauge Excavator / Track Shovel has been designed and tested with that extensive abuse in mind, for it is made from a triple layer construction consisting of 10-gauge 100% Made In The USA steel (up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors) with an extra 20” of steel encasement around the high quality and coated fiberglass, and a 24″ reinforcing wood core to increase the shovel strength even more. This bulldozer track shovel was designed and manufactured after consulting operators that clean out tracks daily for a living. After our first prototype was made, we had it tested out in the field by professionals, and the results were unanimously positive! It is by far the best tool to clean tracks and will outlast any five drain spades; you are more likely to accidentally lose this tool before it ever wears out!
The Bully Tools 10 Gauge Excavator / Track Shovel also comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.
John Blummer –
This thing is a beast! It’s seems stronger than my steel digging bar. I don’t have to baby this and worry about breaking. Very impressed!
Todd Koval –
I love the tooth design, really aids in digging hardpack mud. I’ve never seen a shovel this well made.
Eric Hensel –
The 2′ steel covered fiberglass handle doesn’t flex no matter how much weight you throw at it. I don’t have to baby if for fear of breaking it like other shovels. I definitely work faster with this shovel.
Pete Miller –
The blade on this is super thick and heavy, the extra weight at the working end helps if the mud has hardened. I’d hate the get on the bad side of someone that is strong enough to break this handle.
RCS TIMBER CUTTING –
I bought the long handle version to clean the tracks of my feller buncher in hopes of the longer handle would help. I like the design, I really wish I went with the short D handle version as that’s what I’m use to. Unfortunately I used the long handle style 3 times and the handle now has a 4 inch vertical crack in it. I liked how it was built but I’ve been cleaning my tracks with a wooden short handled drain spade from home Depot for 5 years now and I haven’t broke it yet. I was hoping for the price it would have held up a lot longer.