New snow blower
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  Re: New snow blower by Cooler (I got a new Toro 24"...)
Unless you are on smooth ground, I would suggest replacing the skids on the MTD (Toro, Troy Built, etc) snowblower.  Where I am at, the ground heaves the sidewalk, so even the sidewalk is uneven and  the snowblower scraper catches, causing the snowblower to come to a sudden stop.  The upper skid looks like an OEM skid.  The lower skid is what I use, and comes from here http://snowblowerskids.com/.
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#34
  Re: RE: New snow blower by Cecil (Unless you are on sm...)
(01-07-2018, 04:08 PM)Cecil Wrote: Unless you are on smooth ground, I would suggest replacing the skids on the MTD (Toro, Troy Built, etc) snowblower.  Where I am at, the ground heaves the sidewalk, so even the sidewalk is uneven and  the snowblower scraper catches, causing the snowblower to come to a sudden stop.  The upper skid looks like an OEM skid.  The lower skid is what I use, and comes from here http://snowblowerskids.com/.
(I have no affiliation).




Nice find! I've bookmarked that for my future snowblower purchase.
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