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post #1 of 6 Old 12-02-2017, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
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I am wondering which skids are for my HSS 1332.
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This is what I found on their site: Honda HS1332 snowblower Spacers required. Some people have used longer bolts and a nut or washers between auger housing and skid shoe. Click on picture for more photos. Skid model # ASE2425-C

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I was there and that's for the HS models. I would like to be positive before ordering.
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Hi Rosco, Actually I've got some new designs coming out, one of them is specifically for the Honda HS1332 machines. They should be available within the next couple days on my website. I've got photos posted on our snowblowerskids.com facebook page:

Honda 1332 owners, I've designed a skid specifically for your machine, that addresses the scraper bar bolt issue. ! Based off our pro series for strength, this skid has massive cutouts to allow mounting without the double spacers you need with the existing ase2425 skid. To further compensate for the cutouts, I've increased the thickness of the vertical mounting rib from 1/8" to 3/16". This skid is a beast. If you're interested, it will be available on my website by monday.
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Hi Rosco, Actually I've got some new designs coming out, one of them is specifically for the Honda HS1332 machines. They should be available within the next couple days on my website. I've got photos posted on our snowblowerskids.com facebook page:

Honda 1332 owners, I've designed a skid specifically for your machine, that addresses the scraper bar bolt issue. ! Based off our pro series for strength, this skid has massive cutouts to allow mounting without the double spacers you need with the existing ase2425 skid. To further compensate for the cutouts, I've increased the thickness of the vertical mounting rib from 1/8" to 3/16". This skid is a beast. If you're interested, it will be available on my website by monday.
I am and will order a set as they become available. Thank you for replying.
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I bought a set of the new skids for my new HSS928. I used the blower a couple times before I received the new skids without front skids and had to run with the bucket raised on my gravel driveway and yard. With these skids on, I can set the bucket down And the machine moves smoothly over the rough surface and still steers great. I wish I had these for my old 30" 3x Cub Cadet because it was a beast to steer on the rough surface. That and the desire for a hydro drive prompted the switch to the Honda.

For those second guessing if these skids are worth the money, I was. Once I saw the actual product i found it to be far heavier than any others I have seen and having run them now, I believe these skids are a far better design.

While I'm at it, I have to give Bob at Snowblowerskids a big thanks for the service and prompt replies to my questions before I bought.

HSS928ACDT, formerly Cub Cadet 3x 30 HDT

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