So here's the deal. While traveling back to the ambulance base from posting today I stopped by a buddies house to check in on him. Yes I was in my district and did not leave any area uncovered. It kind of a perk of the job. He recently had to find a new job due to down sizing and all. He works on mine equipment as a mechanic in our area. So he has some odds and ends laying around his shop that followed him home from the dumpsters at the mine's. He had two blade cutting edges that fit what I assume was a dozer blade. Long and short of it I ended up with one in the cabinet with the oxygen cylinder for the ride to the base and eventually the back of my truck. My idea is to make a rear mounted grader blade out of it for my Wheel Horse 1267. Want to be able to flip it from toothed edge to flat edge so it will have to bolt to its carrier. My question is with it weighing in at about 60 lbs. is it going to be too much for a sleeve hitch. I'm thinking of only extending it about 18 inches out from the hitch. Thank you all for any and all reply's Here's a couple of pics. Don't pat attention to the junk pile in the truck.