Here's their website and contact details.
And here's the replacement handle page.
It makes me smile when I see all the short handled shovels here in this thread. Does no one else get stuck on their diff pumpkin anywhere else? Short handles are no good when it comes to reaching in past mud and rocks to get some clearance around the diff pumpkin. Neither are they any good in ruts where the stuck part of the wheel is inaccessible for short shafted jobbies. Great for storage though...
A shovel needs to be able to reach the diff heads on your vehicle without you placing your body/head/shoulders in a dangerous position under or near to under the stuck vehicle. I have an old forged steel spade with a "D" shaped handle and a long pipe shaft welded in place to make it able to reach down into ruts, and under my truck to free up stuck diff heads. Heavy but able to reach those hard to reach places...
"Good roads lead to bad fishing".
Eric Wight, Maine game warden
When you have a Jeep you can reach the diff with a toothpick. There's just not much overhang.
2006 AEV Unlimited Rubicon. Silver. 6-speed. 255/85R16. OME ZJ/LJ. Nth TT. Alloy Shafts. 4.56 gears.
These look kinda neat. Based on the Rover Richards shovel with T-handle. They certainly look good for a shovel?http://www.garrettwade.com/specialty...rs/p/79W04.02/. With the handle metal may fatigue rather quickly.
I read this thread. Some great reviews and knowledge. I located some brand new German entrenching shovels with pick. I e-mailed the company and they stated shovels are brand new. Just thought I would pass it along. I am not associated with this vendor..
I have a $15 long handled shovel attached to the trailer. Have had it for 20 years on various vehicles. Great for recoveries in mud, snow and sand. Also good for digging holes and getting hot coals from the fire without burning the bejesus out of your legs.
Entrenching tools and short handle spades pack easier and I have them too but I never use them. The kids do though