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    The new cast plow shoes are finally available again on the website!
    https://heavyhitch.com/product/john-...low-shoe-skid/
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99srxman View Post
    So with winter on it's way I will be in the market for some new shoes how well have these held up and what is the price ??

    I put them on towards the start of last winter. I used the plow about 1/2 the time and the blower for the other half. My driveway is gravel, but I also made quite a few passes down the paved road in front of my house. To my eye, the only wear I see is the paint off the bottom and some scratching. The still stand straight on the counter top, so they're not wearing crookedly... Last winter was not exactly a record breaker as far as snow goes, but the did get a workout.

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