You’ll want a full set of counterweights and good snow tires if you do it.
Without knowing where you’re putting it, snow depth, where it’s going and a ton of other factors production could be anywhere from .5 acres an hour to 3 acres an hour. Maybe more in a perfect situation.
I think it’s too heavy. I had a 10’ SnowWolf on a S650 and that weighed 1,000ish lbs. The one your looking at is twice as heavy. Snow tires is a must and counter weights too. Still think it’s a bad idea.
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