I have a back blade that I was going to hang on the back and try, not sure if I will like that. But I have a front 59 inch blower for the 3720. Just have to get it dug out yet. Hopefully we have some time before it gets that bad.I have the 61 inch bucket for my 3E series and have moved snow a couple of times with it. You will cube it out before you weight it out. However, I have found using a bucket to more snow a poor substitute for the blade I had on my JD 400 garden tractor. If you get enough snow during the season you may want to consider getting a front blade if they make one for your 2 series. I think they do, just a matter of spending a lot of money.
It might be worth a couple minutes to try them on the larger bucket - Looks like they may fit on some with the replaceable cutting edge.I forgot that I ordered a pair of edge tamers for winter and they won’t fit on the bigger bucket with the replaceable cutting edge, or so I thought I remember reading somewhere.
I honestly have no experience with Edge Tamers and a bucket with a replaceable cutting edge. But since they attach to the "edge" hence the name, I don't see why they would not work. I do have a set of them for my 60" 4 in 1 bucket, so I am not totally speaking from my posterior. 😀 Would have been easier to try to install one before removing a loader or bucket.So now a wrench got thrown in to the mix. I forgot that I ordered a pair of edge tamers for winter and they won’t fit on the bigger bucket with the replaceable cutting edge, or so I thought I remember reading somewhere. So I just took off the 300cx with the bigger bucket and left the smaller one on the 200cx so I could use the edge tamers if the need arises.
So true. The loader will be used for small scraping and to clean down to the cement. I leave my blower up about a 1/4 inch. Easier on the driveway to leave some for when the snowmobiles cross over. Carbides and cement= bad.I just want to say that if you're using the bucket for snow removal you need to be extra cautious. If you hit an unmovable object while plowing the tractor is going to stop, and stop fast. The majority of the roads in my part of the world have granite curbing, or are under construction, and every year people are hurt and even killed using equipment with blades that don't fold over to clear snow. I've done it myself, but luckily I was strapped in and only broke a rib. Plus, there will be equipment damage. Think about this when using the bucket.