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I have to cut paths to my workshop and fuel tanks which are an grassy areas. My problem is that our New England weather has been so warm that the ground is not frozen and the stock skid shoes dig in and I'm tearing up mud and rocks. I am thinking about making wood skid shoes like small skis. Anyone had this problem and what is your solution. Thanks for any help.
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You can get polly shoes to replace the metal one's Lowes / home depot has after market one's or just pop a wheelie

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