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Timber Tuff Bark Spud

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The Timber Tuff Bark Spud makes it easy to take the bark off of logs. Constructed of a 2-3/8 in. wide heavy-duty steel blade, the Bark Spud is durable and reliable for a tool that you can count on. The beveled blade is designed to meet the curvature of the log, allowing you to easily slide between the bark and the wood to reduce damage to the log while debarking.

  • Measures 24 in. in overall length and weighs only 3 lb.
  • Ideal size is convenient and easy to use
  • Sturdy wood handle gives you a secure and comfortable grip
  • Easily sharpen the blade with a stone
  • Timber Tuff's Bark Spud effectively debarks logs and is perfect for removing the bark from even green logs

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Specification Description
Product Weight: 3 lb.
Handle Material: Wood
Brand: Timber Tuff
Product Type: Logging Supplies
Head Material: Steel
Warranty: 12-Month Limited
Head Length: 9 in.
Head Width: 2-3/8 in.
Product Length: 24 in.
Handle Length: 5 in.
Manufacturer Part Number TMW-08
Timber Tuff Bark Spud is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job so far This will sound like an odd thing to say about an edged tool, but this spud may be too sharp. Its purpose is to pry, not slice, but it tends to dig into either the cambium layer or the sapwood. It’s possible that I just don’t know how to use it yet; I’ve only tackled one walnut log. The only other tree I’ve peeled was a much larger catalpa, and I did that one faster with a dull hatchet. That said, I can easily make it less sharp and see if it helps. The tool is very strong and seems well made.
Date published: 2018-07-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needed some work Tool works pretty well. After a few hours the piin that holds the head got loose and the head was no longer firmly attached to the handle. I knocked out the pin, sanded the rust off the inner surface of the flange, glued the head back on with epoxy, drilled the hole to fit a 1/4-inch bolt, tightened up the nut and hammered the end of the bolt down onto the nut. Now the tool is better than new. I doubt if the head will come loose again in my lifetime. Considering the time it took me to do it right, I think the tool is overpriced.
Date published: 2018-06-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from When I got my bark spud there was a lot of rust on it. I wire brushed it and sanded the head and handle oiled the head and put boiled linseed oil on the handle. I used it once and then sharpened it. Then I made a leather cover for the edge. After all that it's great.
Date published: 2017-12-21
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