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What do you get when you combine the two most useful fire/trail tools in one? The Rogue Hoe 70HR Fire Rake offers versatility, performance and overall savings. Chop away with the 7"W solid edge, sharpened on three sides, and then flip Fire Hoe over and use the rake edge for debris-clearing. Never carry two separate Fire Tools again. Choose handle length and material that's just right for you. No. 220434 is made of Ash and measures 54"L. No. 220435 is made of Ash and measures 48"L. No. 220436 is made of Hickory and measures 40"L. No. 220437 is made of Fiberglass and measures 54"L.
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Comments about Rogue Hoe 70HR Rake, Fiberglass, 54"L Handle:
Works very well for cutting saplings and suckers up to 3", clears an 8" wide patch of weeds easily, cuts and moves tumbleweeds without having to get close, moves a lot of dirt.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from San Diego
Comments about Rogue Hoe 70HR Rake, Ash, 54"L Handle:
I got a few of these for our mountain bike club to test building trail and so far it's "two thumbs up." Folks want us to replace our lighter weight McLeods with these. The throw weight of this tool is hefty and the sharp edges slice through roots. The rake is great for grabbing brush. The hoe is good for digging. The tool also tamps well. My tester's ash handle even stood up to being run over by the SWECO! I like wood handles myself, but others like fiberglass--the tool is available in both. We have the long handle and like the length, of course you could always cut the handle down if need be. As mentioned, the tool is on the heavy side but that adds to the durability. The hoe is not as wide as a standard McLeod and very narrow compared to a Lamberton Rake so don't throw those out just yet. The balance between the hoe and rake is off so the tool wants to shift around a bit in your hands--a firm grip is required. The handles are round but some sticky tape may help with the grip. Overall we'd recommend this tool for your building arsenal and we'll be ordering more soon.
Excellent Hand Tool
By PF Fire
Comments about Rogue Hoe 70HR Rake, Hickory, 40"L Handle:
I have never used a more versatile fire fighting hand tool. This tool can grub mineral soil and rake fine fuels. The three sided blade is very effective at digging and can even be used to chop small trees. The broad head is large enough to smother embers and hot spots and I have even used it upside down as a writing surface for notes during a fire. I have noticed the blade material seems stronger, sharpens easier than a McCloed, and holds a sharp edge longer. The 3-sided blade could be a problem if you plan on hiking it unprotected over a shoulder. We'll keep buying these.
from Oakmont, PA
I bought this and other Rogues to build bike trails. They work great and are the best tools for trail building deep in the woods.
a real workhorse
from eastern oklahoma
sort of a minnie dozer with a handle.
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