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Another clean Honda HS1132

Unfortunately they forgot to adjust the skids!

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Wow! Shameful. Some people.have more dollars.than sense.

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Ugh, it's sad to see a quality, expensive machine treated like that.

It certainly doesn't absolve the owner of responsibility, but it does seem like Honda's insistence on rear-mounted skids is a contributor to this stuff. It doesn't seem as common on other brands.

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Ugh, it's sad to see a quality, expensive machine treated like that.

It certainly doesn't absolve the owner of responsibility, but it does seem like Honda's insistence on rear-mounted skids is a contributor to this stuff. It doesn't seem as common on other brands.
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Not a bad price at $700 but auger and housing wear indicate otherwise!

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typical for an 1132. probably has cracks in engine bed , under the control panel , handlebars probably already welded up.

left in sun?? ya if so the tracks are probably all cracked to **** and ready to blow.....

the shame of it is someone will buy this thinking they got the deal of the century. I'd buy it for perhaps 300-400 and redo the bucket and put some good used augers on it .

this 1132 kinda looked like that before I refurbished. put about $500 into it plus initial cost same.
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If you had a welder and the rest of the machine was in good shape that wouldn't be bad but it's just such a shame.


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Repairing the bucket probably wouldn't be too bad, assuming the scraper bar mount is still intact. But repairing the worn-smooth augers might be tougher?

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Wow, those augers are literally smooth.


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