0C111PW7DNV305 Warn 38330 snow plow blade protector: skid shoe with round threaded shaft, 1 pair

(8 customer reviews)

$25.76

  • make sure this fits
  • by way of coming into your version quantity.
  • designed to paintings with warn fashionable plow blades 37574, 38732, and 38121
  • used to help prevent wear and tear in your plow blade
  • substitute skids are zinc finished to face up to rust and wear
  • the plow skid also can help in plowing material off of gravel surfaces through floating the edge of the blade simply above the gravel
  • designed for smooth installation

Availability: 108 in stock

product description

the warn 38330 plow skids are designed to work with warn standard plow blades 37574, 38732, and 38121. They’re used to assist prevent put on and tear to your plow blade. The replacement skids are zinc completed to withstand rust and put on. The plow skid can also help in plowing material off of gravel surfaces by way of floating the brink of the blade just above the gravel. Designed for clean set up .

Manufacturer

Warn

Brand

WARN

Model

Warn, Replacement, Standard, Skid, Kit

Item Weight

1.1, pounds

Product Dimensions

5.5, x, 3.5, x, 8, inches

Item model number

38330

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Manufacturer Part Number

38330

OEM Part Number

BCSQ38330

ASIN

B000OV6CMU

Customer Reviews

4.4, out, of, 5, stars, 241, ratings, 4.4, out, of, 5, stars

Best Sellers Rank

#478, 313, in, Automotive, (See, Top, 100, in, Automotive), #41, in, Powersports, Plows

Date First Available

February, 13, 2005

8 reviews for 0C111PW7DNV305 Warn 38330 snow plow blade protector: skid shoe with round threaded shaft, 1 pair

  1. Clint Westwood

    No problems with these plow pads. Will get back on how long they last. I plow a few rough driveways and they were showing early signs of wear. They fit my Polaris factory branded plow. Easy to install, took about 10 minutes. Fair price but they need to last and I will pay more for long lasting pads.Read more

  2. Longscout

    The skids fit easily into the previously drilled holes for the set of skids that had worn out. The new skids came with most of the needed hardware except for the much needed lock washers to prevent the nuts from backing off the bolts, which presented problems for installation: having to purchase such washers, which takes up travel time going and coming, and the money to buy them, of course. NOTE: Each set of skids (2) should come with appropriately sized nuts (2 per skid=4 nuts) and at least two appropriate lock washers. Amazon should take steps to ensure they are included for the future. The only other thing I have to say of any value to such a review is that, once the new skids are installed, should the user wish to adjust them to lift or lower the blade, s/he should be prepared to face a challenge: both installation at first and later adjustment requires to wrenches or other appropriate tools for each installation or adjustment, and the tilt of a blade can interfere with the proper use of the under side wrench and/or the top side wrench — owing to the curve of a plow blade, whereas the mounting surface is flat and straight.Read more

  3. William B. Boyce

    I plow my driveway with an ATV that has a 60″ (5 feet) blade. My driveway is 900′ long and has a good 35 degree (steep) grade. The driveway is dirt/gravel/crushed stone mix.I use diamond style chains on my ATV for extra traction, and like the wider plow because at an angle it will not get in the way of the front tires.I wore off one of the original plow feet within the first couple of snowstorms of this winter (2012-2013). I continued to use it with the nub, but it made much more noise and was rougher on the entire maachine.I have since ordered 2 sets of 4 each feet to keep in reserve and replace as needed.They are relatively easy to replace, but do not come with lock washers or lock-nuts, and I strongly recommend you go ahead and add lock washerr to these feet or they will become loose. The first time I plowed both feet became loose until I added the lock washers. Lock-nuts would also be a good thing.I did attempt to find other brands of plow feet to try.Bottom Line: If you have a dirt/gravel driveway buy a couple of extra feet to keep on hand in the event you wear one out or break one. They do keep the more expensive cutting edge of the plow up off the gravel just enough to not wear it down too much.The height of the feet can be easily adjusted with a couple of wrenches.I had my doubts about plowing my driveway with an ATV, but have since been readily convinced that I made the right choice. My ATV is also an excellent utility vehicle around the yard and use it often.I strongly recommend you keep an extra set of these feet handy. They will wear out and you will need to replace them from time to time! These feet are a lot less expensive than a new plow blade or the cutter portion of your plow blade!!Read more

  4. jamie miller

    Works great so farRead more

  5. R. Lopez

    These are great quality. I’m sure they will take a beating and keep going. As other reviewers have mentioned they have short screws. When I got them I barely had room to place a nylon nut on them. I might have sent them back but I was in a pinch so I used one and it lasted all winter. I’m sure I will use the other one at some point but make sure the length isn’t going to be a problem before you purchase them.Read more

  6. Vanessa m clarkAmazon Customer

    easy to installRead more

  7. old~school

    Bolt is a little short other than that they are working perfectly seem to be holding up. They seen a lot of work this winter. As other reviews had said about them coming lose, i put on Lock Tite and have had no problem.Read more

  8. Amazon Customer

    wors fineRead more

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