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I recently bought a used Kubota 331P zero turn (63 hours). My JD 420 died and I decided to go for fast mowing,,,,even though I will lose my 54" snow blower . So, what to do in Minnesota winters w/o a blower. I noticed the 331 has a plow blade accessory. Leaning toward a big walk behind (Toro ??) for snow blowing,,but, wondered about the blade for a zero turn. A bit weird,,,but, would it work????

Your thoughts would be helpful.
jack49 :thanku:

ps: Toro is about 1600. Blade is about 600. 200 foot driveway/flat/asphalt.
 

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I recently bought a used Kubota 331P zero turn (63 hours). My JD 420 died and I decided to go for fast mowing,,,,even though I will lose my 54" snow blower . So, what to do in Minnesota winters w/o a blower. I noticed the 331 has a plow blade accessory. Leaning toward a big walk behind (Toro ??) for snow blowing,,but, wondered about the blade for a zero turn. A bit weird,,,but, would it work????

Your thoughts would be helpful.
jack49 :thanku:

ps: Toro is about 1600. Blade is about 600. 200 foot driveway/flat/asphalt.
I been running zero turns since 01. IMO, I would not use a snow blade on one, the hydros just wasnt designed to push/pull anything more than the machine itself. Not saying one wouldnt handle a snow blade, I just wouldnt recommend it, but its your machine. :trink40:
 
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