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  • Universal compatible fit most demolition hammers and some jackhammers for convenience with a hex 1-1/8" shank
  • Scoop shovel chisel bit is great for digging large holes and garden, backyard landscaping
  • Heavy duty shovel bit has alloy steel construction to cut through tough surfaces and reduce wear
  • Demolition jackhammer shank scoop is 5" wide, rounded, and 17-1/2" in length to work fast
  • Electric jack hammer bit for all demo/breaker hammers with 1-1/8 inch hex shank
  • Digs through concrete, packed soil, clay, gravel, adobe, sandstone, frozen dirt, and more
  • Type: Clay Spade Shovel
  • Material: Heat Treated Steel
  • Shank Size: 1-1/8" Hex
  • Shovel Width Size: 5"
  • Length: 17-1/2"
  • Case Included: Yes
Product Content
  • 1 x Clay Spade Hammer Bit
  • 1 x Carrying Case

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XtremepowerUS 1-1/8" Shovel Jack Hammer Bit

Clay Spade Hammer Bit is ideal for general gardening and landscaping. This bit works with a jack hammer with 1-1/8" hex shank. Heat-treated steel construction offers strength and durability.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 55 reviews
Mark Cormier

A fantastic addition to the jackhammer I purchased. Works perfectly.


Performed effectively on the tough Texas clay. However, it needs to be sufficiently firm for the safety to reset and allow the tool to dig. This issue is not attributable to the attachment itself.

juan segura

I need to dig large 3ftsq holes for patio covers, and this little machine has no issues digging through tough rock and clay.

Narendra K.Khatiwada

I purchased an Xtreme Power Electric Demolition Jack Hammer a few months ago because I needed to break up some concrete in my basement floor, and it performed exceptionally well. The cost of the jackhammer was only slightly more than renting one, so I believed it was a worthwhile investment, even if I only used it twice initially. Since then, I've used it three or four times. When I started excavating for a French drain, I discovered a spade scoop shovel that fit the jackhammer perfectly. It made the job much easier, and I didn't experience blisters or backaches, making it truly worth it. After a full day of using the shovel, it still looked as good as new.

Desert concrete soil? Get this!

We have found great value in this spade. I regret not purchasing it sooner. It has been utilized to relocate our mailbox, unearth plants, and break up concrete. Our extremely hard soil is no match for this spade. If you're considering it, go ahead and get it! You'll be pleased you did.