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Do you guys run them on your blade ?

Anybody have an alternative to the NLA Sears Skid shoe 9026M ?

I'll be plowing a cement driveway, across a paved road.
 

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I have a peice of thick rubber mounted between the blade and the replaceable cutting edge. I found that this works pretty well for clearing snow off a concrete driveway without scraping the driveway too badly. It also makes the transistions from pad to pad much smoother. Plus, it is a lot quieter than dragging a steel blade across the driveway. I don't think I have any pictures that I can easily post, but I am sure somebody has some photos. I got the idea here.
 

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I put a nylon like one on a plow , and was ( and still am) rather impressed. Seems to cut hardpack better than rubber, but neither does not do the job a steel cutting edge does. Better than marring up driveways though, and better than running shoes IMHO.

This one was something on the order of 60 dollars from a local ATV/ motorcycle shop.
 

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I have had my skid shoes loosen up many times anyway, so a rubber or nylon edge is a better way to go
 
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