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|Bob||Does anyone own these model's and are they fairly reliable or do they have problems. Thinking of replacing my 317.
|bontai Joe||The motors and drive train are excellent, but the rest of the tractor is built to do LESS than your 317 was. Less hydraulic capabilities and smaller snowblower, smaller front blade with no hydraulic angling. Probably done to keep the price something close to reasonable.
|John||I've had a 345 since 2000, and have around 800 hours on it, give or take. I just today had to replace the transmission drive belt, but other than that, have had to do nothing to it. Given that the wife mows EVERYTHING in her path, and has a knack for mowing with flat tires, it's done me very very well. I mow around 5 acres and work it hard.