Lighting Trencher / Edger, Square Steel Head with Forward Turned Step, Welded, 48" Solid Steel Handle, T-Handle with Caps
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easiest way to get a trench
I use this to install 3/4-1" pvc pipe or irrigation wire or electrical wire that does not need to be that deep. It can probably get your pipe about 10-12" underground, which is plenty, I cant imagine how to improve on it, other than having longer ones for deeper installation and wider ones for easier installations and possibly a little sharper for cutting roots, but you need to be a profesional to feel whether you are cutting something important or just a root.
February 5, 2015
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do you have a t handle trencher that is 18 inches wide ?
BEST ANSWER: this is the only size that i have seen, but it works incredibly to make a straight underground trench.
How much does this weigh?
BEST ANSWER: I would say that it weighs around 10 lbs. I don't have anything that can weigh this low, but it is definitely hefty. Quite a bit heavier than a shovel.
Does it have a die-electric handle in case I hit a power line?
BEST ANSWER: It doesn't. I would just call 811 and map out the electric lines to avoid hitting them. That's what I do and it's free!
What are the dimensions of the head to determine maximum depth and width per slice?