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No point in changing them until I needed to. When I saw daylight I figured what the heck go for it.
 

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I don't see any new skids, where is the pic
 

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Plenty o' life left in em. Just flip them over.

I'm impressed that they wore so evenly. Mine usually wear one side much more than the other.
 

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Do you think I jumped the gun?
No but, I would have tried another brand of skids as I find the stock Ariens ones catch on every imperfection on the ground. I put Armor Skids on mine and they are much, much nicer the the stockers. They also protect the auger housing much better. Just something to consider next time you need a set.
 

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Do you think I jumped the gun?
No but, I would have tried another brand of skids as I find the stock Ariens ones catch on every imperfection on the ground. I put Armor Skids on mine and they are much, much nicer the the stockers. They also protect the auger housing much better. Just something to consider next time you need a set.
I looked at the armor skids as well as poly types. For the 4x cost and my rough driveway they didn't make sense. Those are the Oregon knock offs btw. They were 7 bucks on Amazon.
 
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