I have an idea for a dingo attachment I would like to fabricate for my own use. Let me know what you think, and if any of you have made an attachment or would like to. I would like to make a boom lifting attachment that would have about a 1000# or more capacity to lift and place boulders and trees with precision. I plan on doing this by using another set of heavy duty wheels under the attachment. This would serve as the new fulcrum point and keep the dingo from tipping over. The tilt and height of the bucket would control the boom by leveraging off the wheels. I may need to scan a photo so everyone will know what I am talking about. I also made a sod big roll attachment for my dingo. I didn't use any wheels so my capacity is about a 200 sq. ft bermuda big roll with the counter weights on the dingo. My big roll attachment would also be better with the wheels as a fulcrum. I have seen Forkster's lifting accessories for the dingo and obviously they are incredible. I however only want to spend $150 on metal and weld up a simple reliable attachment that increases my ability as a one man crew if I chose. An obvious problem is that you could not easily turn if the wheels were fixed. If the wheels were able to pivot like on the front of a zero turn, you could turn, but you would not be able to drive on a side hill very well. The weight on the front of the boom would dangerously steer you down hill. I can see limited application, but very useful in those situations.