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New Skids...big improvement

Just installed a set of ARMORskids on my old MTD. This is the third set of skids for that machine, I wish I had thrown out the original feet when I bought the machine and installed these. Works much better, goes right over small surface imperfections and bumps.


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Just installed a set of ARMORskids on my old MTD. This is the third set of skids for that machine, I wish I had thrown out the original feet when I bought the machine and installed these. Works much better, goes right over small surface imperfections and bumps.


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great. have any pictures? were you able to use existing holes in the housing on did you have to modify? I am thinking about putting some of those on my Honda but would have to drill some new holes.

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great. have any pictures? were you able to use existing holes in the housing on did you have to modify? I am thinking about putting some of those on my Honda but would have to drill some new holes.
Sorry, no pictures. But the skids come with multiple slots to accommodate almost any bolt pattern.
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great. have any pictures? were you able to use existing holes in the housing on did you have to modify? I am thinking about putting some of those on my Honda but would have to drill some new holes.
Hello there, I recently just got a set of these for my new Ariens. I was poking around on the website, and it looks like he made a new design for the Hondas. Check this out:

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Scroll down to your 928 model of course...

pro-hon-2425-c - Snow Blower Skids

Looks like no need for drilling anything, except maybe buying the extra spacer kit.

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Hello there, I recently just got a set of these for my new Ariens. I was poking around on the website, and it looks like he made a new design for the Hondas. Check this out:

Make & Model Chart

Scroll down to your 928 model of course...

pro-hon-2425-c - Snow Blower Skids

Looks like no need for drilling anything, except maybe buying the extra spacer kit.
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