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I've seen a couple of pictures around with plastic skids on the snowblower. Does anyone have these and where did you get them? I just got a new asphalt driveway put in and I would like to not gouge out the asphalt this winter with the sharp corner skids that are standard on the blower.
 

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Plastic Skids

L & M Supply in Minnesota and Wisconsin or on line at L&M Supply.
I'm sure Fleet Farm or Farm and Fleet would have the same.
 

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Last month my neighbor also got their new asphalt on Long Island driveway. There were using these skids on their snowblower which was made from polyurethane and I think so it is an ideal for cement or blacktop driveways, and they are also durable and lightweight. If you want, then I will ask them from where they had bought it.
 

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Metal skid show is part Po-3120427, can't find any UHMWPE skids shoes?

The stock Polaris "skid shoe" is part #3120427 runs $16 each.

Looks like Polaris sells just their 0.375” (10 mm) steel shoes, not sure which, if any, aftermarket skid shoes would fit? Arnold, FallLine and Stens make polyethylene skids in a variety of sizes and bolt patterns.

Then there's these:
 
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