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I guess I knew this day would come, but Cub Cadet no longer carries skid shoes for my snow plow on my 104.

Part # IH-464-372-R1

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

John in Maine
 

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I guess I knew this day would come, but Cub Cadet no longer carries skid shoes for my snow plow on my 104.

Part # IH-464-372-R1

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

John in Maine
That's the wrong part number. That part you posted is for the Original Cub blade only.
Unless you've rigged up an Original blade for your machine.
You need these,
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I converted my 52" blade to use these WARN ATV skids years ago. P/N WARN 69073 Heavy Duty Plow Skid Upgrade Kit. The brackets bolt in the existing holes and will be double nutted once installed so the don't come loose it. They provide easy adjustment of the skids. Spare skids be bought separately.
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It could very well be the wrong #.
They show the blade as a different #
 

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Has anyone tried having them hard surfaced? At my last employer the Grounds Shop had the Weld Shop spray weld hard surface alloy on the skids of some their mower and turf equipment. He also did the bucket edge on the Bobcat loader. It worked pretty good for extending parts life.
 

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Has anyone tried having them hard surfaced? At my last employer the Grounds Shop had the Weld Shop spray weld hard surface alloy on the skids of some their mower and turf equipment. He also did the bucket edge on the Bobcat loader. It worked pretty good for extending parts life.
The ones I sell are 5140, no need to make them harder. (y)
 
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