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post #11 of 15 Old 09-09-2019, 11:15 AM Thread Starter
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Either of the poly skids mentioned would be perfect for what you need. I switched the poly skids out for armorskids to handle some uneven sidewalk slabs better. For the charger I use a Battery Tender Jr.
Hey vmax, thought a bit more about your suggestion. In addition to a concrete driveway I have a twenty-five year old stamped concrete front walkway that does indeed have some cracks and slight crevices from twenty-five years of solid Colorado high country winters. I’m wondering if your armor skids might be even better from the git go in that respect. The only problem I run into yet again is they’re steel which will scratch I presume. Thanks for your feedback. I like the design of those but concerned about not really impacting my main concern. Wish they made them out of polyurethane.

Yeah, I am definitely overthinking this whole thing......

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Here is another website alternative for Honda Snowblower Skids: http://snowblowerskids.com/

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The following are site links for different Honda SnowBlower Models:

HONDA OWNERS:

Pro-Hon-2425-A (2.25″) Slot Spacing
Pro-Hon-2425-B (4.25″) Slot Spacing
Pro-Hon-2425-C (2.38″) Slot Spacing
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The following are site links for different Honda SnowBlower Models:

HONDA OWNERS:

Pro-Hon-2425-A (2.25″) Slot Spacing
Pro-Hon-2425-B (4.25″) Slot Spacing
Pro-Hon-2425-C (2.38″) Slot Spacing
It's the PRO-HON-2425-C that's the correct spacing for Honda snowblowers. The spacing is actually 2-3/8" = 60mm.
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You are not overthinking anything. It’s nice to get something that works right the first time around. I had the Armor Skids over one season to replace my poly skids. The poly skids were great until the machine caught the sidewalk edge and stopped dead. I also use the blower on a small 10x10 deck in the yard and haven’t had any scratches or marks with either one. If someone has a different opinion on them we will hear it here.
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