If it only had more of a frame between the console and the rear end. There is a sleeve hitch that could be mounted to this little guy, he has the engine and hydro for limited rear implement work in my opinion, but that thin wall tubular frame for the bulk of whats from the console back is prone to cracking. I had one that had lots of welding done to try and beef up that frame. This one is nice with no cracks yet, all I have done is mow and pull my lawn cart as I cannot find the optional snow blade for it. I think the snowblower would stress the frame as its the same basic unit for the larger G series GT's. I love the size and 2 cylinder sound, but I want to do more with it, like pull a 6" 1 bottom moldboard plow and it cant, which is a shame. The decks seem to rot on on these and other G series if you dont stay on top of keeping them clean, both on top and under it. I had to weld up some stress cracks in this one that radiate from the rear castor roller brackets. Typical for this deck design. Great little machine for what they were, shame Kubota didnt upgrade a few things and keep making them.
Edited by mtoney, February 12, 2021 - 12:32 PM.