I'm curious to know what percent of Horse power is delivered to spindles of of a 3 blade cutting deck... For example, on various auto forums I visit occasionally, there are debates over what horsepower ratings should be followed in racing, like flywheel horsepower or brake horsepower, and bhp generally having a lowerv (realistic) rating after all of the energy used from the transmission, shaft, and differential. I'm asking this because Dixon has a cutting deck-powered leaf/clipping loader that can mount onto the cutting deck, and I plan to use it for my fall cleanups. I have discussed this with my dealer, and he suspected the main problem I would run into is that the loader may not have sufficient power to deliver the leaves/clippings to their designated location traveling roughly 8 feet into the bagging system i'm developing. I understood his point and before I chance ruining my only machine in my arsenal to cut grass, I would like to hear your words on this. Here is the technical information: Dixon Model 4421 Year: 1994 Cutting Deck size: 42" B&S 13 HP Vertical Engine Driving System: Cone Drive Transaxle The aproximate weight of this leaf loader by itself is 25 Pounds And the bagging system I'm developing is a garden trailer.