I have this one account that has kicked my a$$ this fall. Five acres with 18 buildings and wall to wall trees. There's a narrow strip of grass between the buildings and the parking lot and at times this fall it was under about four inches of leaves. I've been using my Walker to suck up the leaves and then dumping at different points around the parking lot and picking it up later. It's very time consuming because you have to mow really slow or it just clogs the chute. There's not enough grass area to disperse the leaves to mulch so I don't see any other way to deal with this. To speed things up I was thinking of installing one of those high dump options on the walker or just getting a leaf loader. I use an enclosed trailer so the idea of using the trailer as a ramp up to the back of my dump bed is out. Does anybody have a better idea? Will a leaf loader be strong enough to suck up chopped up leaves?