Smittybilt 2728 Recovery Utility Tool
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Recovery Utility Tool (RUT) is a fully functional collapsible Military Style shovel that features two serrated edges for cutting or digging. The heavy duty black powder coated body is 26 inches when open and folds to a mere 9 inches. It can be stowed easily. Durable storage case included. Easy grip and light handle with carbon steel blade that is heat treated for high strength and double serrated edges for easy digging or cutting. Rugged enough for the toughest of jobs. Never go on the trail without it.
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