Folding shovel for under a tenner

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Re: Folding shovel for under a tenner

Postby makeitfit » Wed Nov 30, 2011 6:43 pm

Another grand day out 8) I did have it wired up properly just didn't realise I had to "twist" in the bloody controller :rules:
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Re: Folding shovel for under a tenner

Postby Fez_uk » Thu Dec 01, 2011 4:21 pm

Bushy wrote:
Fez_uk wrote:don't get me wrong it's better than your hands, I have a military folding shovel but it's a last resort. I do plan on getting a proper shovel.


Got any pictures of that bad boy fella, would like to see the difference, as if there is a lot I might just have to pop down the local supply store and get one :yes:


Probably not a huge difference in design but it's got to be better quality. It will fold out like a normal spade but had to take quick pics.

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