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I have a serf 525 with a 27 inch thrower but do not have the hitch assembly so I think I am going to buy a plow for it I can make the brakets for this will my serf have enough power to push snow. If anyone out there has a hitch for the thrower I could buy or knows the dimensions that would be great thank you.

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As with the bigger tractors you will probably run out of traction before power. How much snow you can push depends on how wet and heavy the snow is. If you don't live in an area where you get 4 to 6 foot drifts across you driveway I'd say put the snow plow on it, if you do get those size drifts you should get a bigger tractor. Tim

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I would say that from my son's little broadmore you will like Tim says be ok with the plow if thats what you really want but sence my son purchased a hitch for his blower he says that he won't go back to the plow. I would personally try to get a hitch for the blower as they do a pretty darn good job even in heavy snow as the width of the blower is matched for the amount of snow the engine will handle within reason. You might try Mark Waite of University Lawn Equipment Inc. of Pontiac Mi. phone # 1-248-373-7220 I believe he might have one. Although not one of our sponcers he just may be able to help when our sponcers are not able to. Best of Luck to everyone->happyjack<-

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