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post #11 of 35 Old 03-01-2012, 05:01 PM
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i just ordered a set for the craftsman

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i just ordered a set for the craftsman
Oh..... Great.....Now we will never get any snow here in Michigan

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Oh..... Great.....Now we will never get any snow here in Michigan
i take it back i ordered them for the toro. now all i have to do is mod the skids to work and seeing that my snowblower will be out of service it will snow cause it always snows when your snowblower isn't working

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my new skids arrived today and they make the oem skids look like something someone beat out of cheap sheet metal using an anvil to shape

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1-toro2450E-38419. 1-toro3000E-38435. 1-toro 3650E-38445
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my new skids arrived today and they make the oem skids look like something someone beat out of cheap sheet metal using an anvil to shape
Guess that I will run my Toro 521 out tomorrow of all gas. You live too daaayuum close to me for me to think that the "snow gods" of SE lower Michigan too bestow us a decent snowfall before April seeing that you bought your new "skids" for next winter......We have been waiting at the door now for snowfall far too long now buddy....... .........Mother Nature needs to take a "snow dump" here soon ....

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Guess that I will run my Toro 521 out tomorrow of all gas. You live too daaayuum close to me for me to think that the "snow gods" of SE lower Michigan too bestow us a decent snowfall before April seeing that you bought your new "skids" for next winter......We have been waiting at the door now for snowfall far too long now buddy....... .........Mother Nature needs to take a "snow dump" here soon ....
i watched the news about an hour ago and according to them smfcpacfp is going to get about 36" of snow so lets load our snowblowers on our trucks and pay him a visit

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i watched the news about an hour ago and according to them smfcpacfp is going to get about 36" of snow so lets load our snowblowers on our trucks and pay him a visit
Yup........I am "all in" on this deal.............. Maybe a sexy girl will help..... ........... .......One or the other should bring us some snow eh?

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i'm going to order some for my toro 826 / 38150. i think it takes the asc0300 skid

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I have around 150 feet of sidewalk that I have to snowblow every year, and out of that 150 feet of sidewalk there are at least 25 different spots that are very uneven. With my original skids, I would hit those uneven spots everytime and it would stop my snowblower in its tracks. Not only would it stop the snowblower, but it would jar the heck out of my arms and my body. Now that I have your American made ARMORskids bolted to my snowblower, I can run over those uneven spots like Grave Digger over a Prius.

Thank you for your American made quality skids, Matt--Cols., OH
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I have around 150 feet of sidewalk that I have to snowblow every year, and out of that 150 feet of sidewalk there are at least 25 different spots that are very uneven. With my original skids, I would hit those uneven spots everytime and it would stop my snowblower in its tracks. Not only would it stop the snowblower, but it would jar the heck out of my arms and my body. Now that I have your American made ARMORskids bolted to my snowblower, I can run over those uneven spots like Grave Digger over a Prius.

Thank you for your American made quality skids, Matt--Cols., OH
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