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Promoted 07-10-2016 by brisar at 03:45 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Bully Tools Heavy Duty Sidewalk & Ice Scraper w/ Long Steel Handle (92200) on sale for $11.39. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on $49 or more. Thanks gabe23111

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Edited July 9, 2016 at 10:51 PM by BeAuMaN
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Bully Tools 92200 Heavy Duty Sidewalk and Ice Scraper with Long Steel Handle [amazon.com] $11.94

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Another winter deal in the heart of summer laugh out loud
  • Heavy Duty sidewalk and ice chopper
  • 11 gauge steel
  • Breaks up thick ice build up
  • Comes with a limited lifetime warranty
  • 100% Made in the USA

Edit: Price is now $11.48... generally means this will go down a bit more an then back up. Please click "expired" if price shoots up
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#3
Not a bad price. Also works well as a nail/tile scraper for flooring( i don't suggest using it this way if you want to use it on ice ever again).
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Price back to $28.77. ☹️
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back to $28
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I clicked expired because it showed $28. Then I went back, refreshed, and it showed $11.48. Oops.

It does seem to go up and down very quickly.
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Is this good for pulling up asphalt roof shingles? I think I mostly see the pros using pitch forks and shovels.
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Awh-geeze, we never get any snow or ice build-up here. Just kidding, great find, I can most definitely use a better one than the worn out P.O.S. I have now. Thank you and a huge TU!

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11.37 for me
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#10
In for two! Not even sure if it really works will have to wait until winter!
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#11
Really good deal. Paid more than double for this two years ago. Well worth the money. It's heavy duty and does chop up chunks of ice really well. The scraping aspect makes clearing up stubborn ice on the sidewalk VERY easy.
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Quote from redpoint5 View Post :
Is this good for pulling up asphalt roof shingles? I think I mostly see the pros using pitch forks and shovels.
No. this would not work for shingles. potato fork won't work well for asphalt shingles. They tend to break up the shingles. They make a specialized tool for that they call a tear off tool.
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#13
What's a good tool to pull nail and staples off floor that was carpeted?
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What's a good tool to pull nail and staples off floor that was carpeted?
I always used linesman. There are different kinds. One for electrical and one for masonry. I did electrical and it was a do all tool. pulling those nails and staples are not an easy job. You could also use a cat's claw for the job too.
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winter is coming
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