Well, here's our dilemma. We've been getting more and more jobs that require leaf and debris removal from the jobsite. Currently, we load the debris into landscape barrels and dump it into a 14'x7'x2'9" dump trailer. Approximately, 10 cubic yard capacity. So we are looking into a debris loader to attach to the dump trailer. As always, there are problems. First is that there isn't a top to the dump trailer. We have a roller but that just isn't going to work. Is there anything out there that can be used to handle the impact from the loaders debris as well as strong enough to sustain highway speeds (say 70 mph to be on the safe side). One other thing, this would need to be removable by a two-man crew. We would need to remove the top so mulch (or whatever else) can be loaded by a front end loader. Second issue, where do we mount the darn thing? I don't think we can mount it on the tongue because the hydraulic motor/pump housing is located there. If I where to put it in front of this box it would get crushed between the tailgate and trailer. Okay, this leaves (no pun intended) us with the rear of the trailer. It's a split barn door style gate that is only about 1.5' high. The other thing is this would then need to be removed every time in order for the trailer to be dumped. There are only two of us so weight could be an issue. Any help, thoughts, comments, and/or examples of what you do would be greatly appreciated.