You're more likely to find a used 47SB / Quick Hitch setup for your 2305 based upon age and when the 54SB was introduced. The 54SB is almost too big for the 2305 depending on what type of snow conditions you have. Don't discount purchasing a good used 47SB.I am in the market for a 54" blower and quick hitch for my jd2305. What is a fair price for a used unit in good condition?
Well, if it's like new condition @ $2900 and new is ~$4000 only you can justify the purchase. Just verify that the quick hitch, up-stop and driveshafts are compatible with your 2305. These parts are unique and model specific.I found a 54" blower complete with quick hitch, driveshaft and upstop. It looks like it was never used. They are asking 2900. Does this seem like a good price?
$2900 is a good price if, it is in good condition and all the correct accessories are there. Here is a good resource for snowblower compatibility. Caution, depending on what model tractor the used unit was on, the quick hitch, front PTO driveshaft and impement drive/upstop kit may not fit your tractor.I found a 54" blower complete with quick hitch, driveshaft and upstop. It looks like it was never used. They are asking 2900. Does this seem like a good price?