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Quick Spade Makes Cheap Digger
It looks like an oversized shovel, but at 99 lbs. and mounted on skid loader forks, the Quick Spade is a powerful, inexpensive digging tool.

    "It's quick and easy to use and very affordable," says Bruce Wahlstrom, who designed and manufactures the patent-pending Quick Spade with his partner, Chad Paumen. They introduced it last September, and anticipate that prices will remain under $200 and $300 for their two models.

    Made of solid steel with military strength welding, the Quick Spade slips on standard skidloader forks and is secured with a chain and binder. (The more expensive model fits on forks or a bucket.)

    Made heavy duty for industrial use, the spade does everything from digging trenches and holes, digging out stumps and brush, planting trees and moving heavy boulders.

    Instead of using a bucket to make a hole that's too big, the 20 by 18-in. spade is perfect to dig trenches or dig out rocks.

    Dealer inquiries welcome.

    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Bruce Wahlstrom, 5008 Hillsboro Rd., New Hope, Minn. 55428 (ph 763 551-1441; www.QuickSpadeS.com).

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2008 - Volume #32, Issue #4