Power Kings are great for plowing snow, they are strong, heavy, and have steer brakes. The only downside is that the snow plows are 48 inches wide. For a normal GT this is fine, but a PK with the wheels turned out is around 48 to 50 inches wide. Then angle the blade, or turn and you will be running over more snow then your are pushing! The PKs handle a 48 inch plow like nothing, and they can handle a wider plow without a problem. I am using two 4 foot blades to make one that is 5 1/2 feet wide.
In the spring I bought a plow at a show in CT for $30. Once I had taken everything off of it, I used the plasma cutter to snip 9 inches off of each side. There is still plenty left in the middle piece that i could widen another plow too.
A little bit of grinding to get the fit-up I wanted and I had the sides welded to another blade for a total of 66 inches. On the bottom edge it looks like it does not line up, that is because the edge on the blade I cut the ends off was not replaced when it needed to be. Because the edge was not replaced, some of the plow has also been worn down.
I am pretty much done with it, I have to get shielding gas tomorrow and do some small finishing touches. Then, make a new wear edge and slap some paint on it.