|Item Weight||9.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||50.2 x 9.4 x 4.2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||SB48AE|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Malco SB48AE The Beast Roof Shingle Removal Tool
|Price:||$83.16 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Makes a tough job bearable
- Cleanly lifts off heavy loads of shingles and pulls nails out all in one motion
- Adjustable head for handling any roof pitch
- 48" heavy duty fiberglass handle that is light weight with exceptional balance and control
- Replaceable 10 gauge tempered steel blades
- Made in the USA
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The tool also offers some degree of security if you start to slide down the slope of the roof, even when wearing a safety line. You simply invert the tool so that the tips are facing downward on the slope and then slam the tool onto the deck, pushing on the handle. The tips dig in, stopping your slide. You then stabilize yourself and get back to work.
having the adjustable handle came in handy i would rather not own one roofs are not my idea of fun .
Ive done 3 roofs loaded it out it works very well save a ton of money on roof stripping i was quoted 400 dollars a square
well spent money!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I own one of these and it is good for one type of tearoff: old, crumbly 3-tab shingles.Published 4 months ago by GetOutsideMan
I love this design, but one of the tongs bent within the first 15 minutes of use. Now it continues to bend even after straightening it.Published 10 months ago by Reuben Newport
If you have stripped roofs then you will understand how valuable this great tool is. This is the best tool!!!!Published 11 months ago by scott stidsen
Waste of money. Too heavy. I ended up using a pitchfork and it was easier and lighter. The pitchfork provides great leverage because of the curl it has on the points to lift up... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Brittany
No good. Waste of time. Heavy and too short. I can strip shingles by hand faster than this tool. I will sell you my barely used one for half price.Published 19 months ago by Mark
Best shingle fork in my opinion...used these for 7 Yeats and they take a beating...handles don't last that long but the head lasts a long time.Published 22 months ago by Jonathan Yoder