yeah it makes a big difference especially if you have a massive property to clear, after pushing that snow blower for a while it can get very tiring. but the blower attachment and unit is far more costly too.The snow blower will do wonders for me clearing our rather long drive way during the winter. Luckily it doesn't snow too much in British Columbia, but when it does its nice to have a snow blower that you can ride on instead of a shovel that you have to carry around.
Yea man, on top of that you would need to order the HDPTO variant, a regular Brutus will run you ~&15, a Brutus HD will go for ~$18k, while the HDPTO retails at ~$24.Wow I really wasn't expecting the snow blower to be quite that much. I will have to give some serious thought to whether that is a price I am going to pay for a snow blower. I know there are other options that are cheaper that would fill my snow blowing needs.
I'll make sure that I am getting the most utility for the least amount of money. I don't want to get roped into paying more money for **** that I don't need.Yea man, on top of that you would need to order the HDPTO variant, a regular Brutus will run you ~&15, a Brutus HD will go for ~$18k, while the HDPTO retails at ~$24.
So if you dont need HDPTO for other attachments why not go with a Brutus HD and save yourself $6K, that way you could still pick up a snow blade $1949 and still come out a winner...
snow and even heavy slush and some thinner ice. at least it will be able to clear just about most of the winter mess we need it to.The snow blower would take on the snow without an issue in the winter time but these attachments only fit to the Brutus HD and the model above. Is it worth it to spend all that extra money?
got to love seeing these video's, great examples of what exactly it will handle. wouldn't be surprised if it can handle more intense jobs