Honda HSS928AWD

Neil used the pro-hond-a on his Honda HSS928AWD.

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From: Robert 

Date: 2/19/19 9:22 AM (GMT-05:00)

To: Neil

Subject: Re: HSS928AWD skids

Hi Neil,

I don’t know.  You will need to look at your machine, and decide if you can mount a 12 inch long skid against the machine tightly, of if there are any bumps that would keep you from doing so.

Bob

On Tue, Feb 19, 2019, 8:18 AM Neil

Last email I promise – do I need spacers for my machine or no?

Neil 

From: Robert

http://snowblowerskids.com/pro-hon-2425-a/

Have a great day!

–Bob

On Mon, Feb 18, 2019 at 2:50 PM Neil MacDonald <neil@visionbp.com> wrote:

OK, I want to place my order.  I still don’t know which honda PN I’m supposed to order, please let me know.

Thanks!

Neil

From: Robert

Hmm.  Probably a little bit wider.  My skids are 1.120 wide.  So, depending on your machine  and the location and type of skids currently on it, it might/probably make it wider.

Bob

On Fri, Feb 15, 2019, 8:33 AM Neil

Thanks for the quick reply.  One last question, do your skids make the overall width of the bucket any wider than OEM?  The reason I ask is I carry my machine on a handicap chair carrier on the back of my truck.  It’s a snug fit for my machine on the carrier as it sits currently, I’d need to know if using yours makes the bucket any wider than it already is….I need to make sure I can still get the machine on the carrier.

Thanks!

Neil

Subject: Re: HSS928AWD skids

Hi Neil, thanks for the email.  I’d recommend the ProHond skid.  It’s seriously heavy duty, with a 3/16″ vertical rib and a 1/2″ thick bottom runner.  It’s got two tips narrow and wide, so you can customize it to your environment.  One thing to note is that this skid is cut out front and back to provide  clearance for the rear scraper bar bolt.  Most people have no issues, but a few have reported they needed to grind a bit more off to fit around the scraper bar.  Just fyi.  Once installed you may need to adjust the scraper bar down a bit too.

Bob

Armorskids, LLC

 

Good news! For all who are waiting on ProXT1545 and ProHond skids, I should be picking them up this weekend. As soon as I get them all unloaded, I'll start filling orders in the order they were received. Thanks everyone! Bob.

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