4-Tine Bully Super Fork, 46in Length

Qty Price
1 – 2 $46.99
3 + $43.99
Item # SF373
Ship Weight 8.80 lbs
Stock Status Out of Stock

Designed for comfort yet tough and strong to dig into heavy, compact soil; fantastic for hard-packed clay!

All-steel construction with heavy duty welded spading fork with extra wide step for foot comfort. Great for opening compact soils.

The Bully 4-Tine Super Fork features an 11"L x 7"W head with four 1/2" diameter tines that won't bend or break in tough soils. The handle is 33"L with a large, 8"W T-grip so you can use both hands, even while wearing gloves. Overall length of 46-1/2". Weighs 8.75 lb.

Product Information


  • Material: Steel
  • Overall length: 46-1/2 inches
  • Overall weight: 8-3/4 pounds
  • Head length: 11 inches
  • Head width: 7 inches
  • Tine count: 4
  • Tine diameter: 1/2 inch
  • Handle length: 33 inches
  • Handle width: 8 inches

Product Features

  • 100% made in the USA!
  • Extra-wide T-grip handle allows for both hands
  • All-steel construction provides increased durability

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Customer Reviews

Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 4/5

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from IN

Not for gardening


I wanted an unbreakable spading fork (probably is) for deep tilling of my garden. The tines would be better if straight rather than bent (so would the handle) but the worst thing about it is the angle iron welded to the top of the tines which causes dirt and debris to continually build up.

from AZ

Not as strudy as I hoped


This is a good, heavy tool that works pretty well. I was really surprised to find that we bent one of the tine and the handle within the first 25 hours of use.

from PA

Super Fork


The 4 Tine Super Fork is great for a small garden. It is very heavy and I would not want to have to use it all day. Does a great job of turning over heavy soil.

from TN

Heavy Duty Turning Fork


Have been looking for an overbuilt turning fork for lifting perennials in the fall and this one is as tough as they come. Never worried about bending or breaking. Only issue was the thickness of the tines made it hard to penetrate hard compacted soils but overall a tough tool.