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post #91 of 100 Old 12-19-2018, 09:26 PM
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+1 on the eBay tach tabora mentioned. I think the one I have is the same or very similar. It works great.
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Thanks Bud,so this would work on my HSS928AC.
Yup, right here...
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i bought a new HSS 1332 ATD an it has the new chute.
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So far I have broke 3 impeller shear pins and no auger ones.I do 10 driveways.I just bought it in October.I hit a bag of clothes that were buried in the snow.I know without the sensor I would have blown a belt.Love my Honda!!!
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So far I have broke 3 impeller shear pins and no auger ones.I do 10 driveways.I just bought it in October.I hit a bag of clothes that were buried in the snow.I know without the sensor I would have blown a belt.Love my Honda!!!
Last night I broke my first impeller shear pin in about 20 years... There was a stick buried in the snow facing right down the center of the blower, so it missed the augers completely and went straight into the impeller. Boy, it's certainly easy to change that shear bolt on the HSS1332ATD compared to futzing around trying to get the impeller and shaft aligned and driving out the old pin on the HS80!
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I hear that, quick easy bolt replacement. Does the job.

Most machines have a bolt of some sort that should shear if a big enough obstacle gets into the impeller... but it usually ends with a bent blade or a smoking belt.

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I know this is an old thread but I just bought a Honda 1332/atd and am wondering why the recommendations to get side-mount poly skid shoes https://www.ebay.com/itm/183979682237 ?

What makes them more desirable than the stock back-mounted skid shoes, AND can you use the bolts/nuts from those back mounted ones to attach the side mounted ones? Thanks.
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I personally like the ArmorSkids AND the stock rear shoes. Let me explain. The Armoskids have been good at not marking things up and they ride over uneven sidewalk very well. The rear skids I left on and adjusted up just slightly higher and this works great when I am going off a curb into the street (protects the bucket there!). That’s just my set up of choice.
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I was just wondering what advantage the side skids give, since you can raise the bucket if you don't want it dragging on the blacktop. Also, wouldn't side skids prevent you from tilting the bucket forward for digging action if you wanted to scrape down some mat?
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I was just wondering what advantage the side skids give, since you can raise the bucket if you don't want it dragging on the blacktop. Also, wouldn't side skids prevent you from tilting the bucket forward for digging action if you wanted to scrape down some mat?

Side skids will limit how far you can tilt the front, and save you from dragging the front bucket on the ground.
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