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We’ve used a mid 2000’s diesel cub cadet with a blade and replaced the metal cutting edge with a 2″ rubber cutting edge, due to granite Walk of Fame tiles down town. Our fire dept. has recently purchased a grasshopper mower, with broom, snow blower, and blade attatchment, works well with small areas but to do long trails is kind of a pain. I would strongly recommend a heavy duty utv, with enclosed cab, snow blower and broom attachments, or a heavier duty mower such as you are looking into. The main thing being a heavy duty body to help with withstand the rougher tasks of pushing snow. Also needs to have some sort of 4-wheel lock in to work the most efficiently.Chad TiemeyerParticipant
The last two we have replaced or taken out, one was in such bad shape it was immediately disposed. The other was in decent condition and we donated it to a local county park who wanted to place it at a campground area. Their safety coordinator denied them from placing it in their park, due to it being reused. They have given it to another smaller community within the area and they are working to put it in one of their parks.