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post #1 of 15 Old 01-19-2014, 07:23 AM Thread Starter
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what size armor skids for new ariens deluxe 28

Im not able to measure my new 2014 deluxe 28 to order some new skids .my snowblower is at another place that I also take care of snowblowing and I would like to order a set of armor skids.any chance anyone would know what size I would need.its a deluxe 28 .I tried emailing armorskids. But never got a response. After all the great reviews of them it sounds like just what I will need for all the different terrain I will snowblowing once we get enough to try out the new snowblower.
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Looks like the common part# for Ariens is ASC0310-B (3" O.C.), mkd posted pics of armor skids on his Ariens.

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum/116402-post25.html

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Looks like the common part# for Ariens is ASC0310-B (3" O.C.), mkd posted pics of armor skids on his Ariens.

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum/116402-post25.html
My Deluxe 28 spacing is 3" and I ordered the ASC0310-B also.
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Thanx alot fellas.i wasnt sure if that was the right or not.i would hate to order wrong pair.thanks again very helpful of you all.
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my 921030 28" deluxe had 3" spacing and took part# asc0310-b. here's how i mounted them! very easy to adjust and change out mounted this way!

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my 921030 28" deluxe had 3" spacing and took part# asc0310-b. here's how i mounted them! very easy to adjust and change out mounted this way!
I agree 150%. That's how I mounted mine. If not, it seems that after only a few adjustments, the square hole in the drum would be rounded off due to the locknut used. That won't be a problem with your steup!
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Hey guys, I just picked up the same machine. Why the new skids?
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skids ride over cracks better and the wear bars are twice as thick and twice as long.
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Just got shipping confirmation of my new Armor skids.

Can't wait to see if it helps my auto turn (not gonna open pandora's box here)

I do have a concern with the longer shoes, if I will get a ski effect and it will try to ride up over the snow being it is now the leading point of the blower and housing.
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liftoff! on mine it was more the teeter totter affect on uneven ground.
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