There are a couple threads in different sections about snow pushers - but not a whole lot of info. I am thinking of getting one so I thought a dedicated thread in the attachment sections was warranted.
I recently became aware of a company that makes snow pushers with the Deere quick attach system:
John Deere Quick Attach Snow Pushers « ZMI Snow Pushers
For my snow removal one of these would be perfect I think. 90% of my driveway snow removal is with a straight push making stacks. I've studied and researched all the pros and cons - each of us have different requirements for snow removal attachments depending on their location and areas they are using for snow removal. For some a front plow is best - and other a blower is best. For myself I feel a pusher would be best.
There is a member here who has one and says he is very happy with it. Here is his post in the SCUT section:
I kind of have my heart set on saving up for one to purchase next summer/fall. But after sleeping on the idea, I have to evaluate the 6' length for use on my 2520. I know I could make it work as I am used to pushing downhill only on the steep part of my driveway which I've been using only my 54" bucket for many years. I wish they have a 5' model as that to me would be a no brainier for our smaller tractors.
The price of the ZMI seems reasonable enough to me and the shipping of $99 is great. But before I commit to a large purchase like this I like to see if there are other snow pusher options out there. So far the big pros to the ZMI are the Deere quick attach and the reasonable price and shipping. Also at a weight of 285# it seems it would be easily managed on the front of my 2520.