Well, i've decided it's about time my diesel-powered 1050 became a worker more than a looker. I want to build a loader for it. Yea I know that hydro's are better for a loader, the tractor may get combined with an H-16 soon anyways. So, i'm thinking of using the hydrualics off of an old school Fisher hour-mount plow. Belt drive pump/resivoir, plow tilt cylinders (Single acting) as lift cylinders, and modify the valve to accomadate a single large frame lift cylinder for the bucket. Now, 36" bucket? 42"? 2" square tube for arms and uprights too much? 1 3/4" C-chanel better idea? Any and all help is much appreciated!!