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    Skid Shoes for Back Blade

    Somewhere there was a discussion on how and what to use for skid shoes on a back blade.
    There was a request for pictures and I finely got a chance to do that.
    This is the home made shoes I made for my repainted King Kutter 5' blade. The bottom of the shoe is flush with an unused cutting edge, and a sacrificial 1/4" wear plate that is easily replaceable below that.

    Good luck
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    Good idea and nice job!
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