Wasn't sure if this was "Gear" or "DIY", but here goes... I bought a new Little Wonder LB-270S leaf blower two years ago, and immediately (after first day!) regretted not buying the self-propelled model. The dealer wouldn't make good on an exchange (used once), even after charging me $100 more than originally quoted on the machine, but that's a whole other bitter story. Last fall, I experimented with strapping the thing into the bucket on my front-end loader, and blowing leaves was a dream! Just drive the tractor around the lawn, and watch the debris fly. Life almost couldn't get better... except I was digging the hell of my lawn every time the bucket inadvertently bumped the ground. It was an experiment to prove a point... I figured, "someone must make a 3-point kit for these things," and began searching Gore's web for it... but turned up nothing. Amazing. So, I guess I'll be making my own. Wondering (a "Little" ) if anyone else has done similar. I've seen folks put these on three-point platforms, but with as hilly as my yard is, I'd have to put casters on the bottom of the platform. I also would like to keep this as close as possible to the ground, maybe using the factory wheels as float/draft control.