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Yet ANOTHER shoeless Honda... Why?

Facebook sale page... I asked him if it looks like the bucket seems to have been ground down? Pics of the machine and his reply...
(I notice he has an old Gilson in front of the Honda. Don't know he's replacing the Honda with it.) Am I seeing this wrong? I know they sit flat but is this too much?
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If I had a dime for every set of worn shoes I've found.....
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if the augers are smooth then you know for sure.

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hope it's priced accordingly like he says....$100

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hope it's priced accordingly like he says....$100

$600.

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Yup, they are gone; at least 40% down.



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The teeth/augers can be saved if you have time, I spent close to 2 hours on a set of HS624 augers a few weeks ago to rebuild the worn teeth and then grounded them down back into shape, I am building that small machine for work to clean around the building etc so didnt mind spending the time on it also helps that I love welding stuff.
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if the augers are smooth then you know for sure.

I hate getting cut from the burrs on scraping auger rakes.
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Yup, they are gone; at least 40% down.



this is something I would file criminal charges on.

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this is something I would file criminal charges on.

Well then lock this guy up right away for running a mint HS1332 with cab without side shoes, those augers look sad


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Wear on the side of the bucket is beyond the welded studs for the side shoes



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