I run a Great Dane Super Surfer at home and the only thing I missed was the ability to pull a small cart for lawn chores and the like... so I turned the tables and went the other direction... literally.... I built a small flat utility bed that sits on the front of the GD. It rests on the frame/deck supports at the rear and on the top of the spindles at the front of the deck. The deck adjustment handles keep the back from sliding (and they're much to heavy duty to torque out of place by the bed) and the front has two counter-sunk holes that cap the open-top spindles. The weight is thus put directly on the frame and the front wheels and it not supported by the deck itself (would be a bad idea with a floating deck). I used 3/4 plywood with 2x4 edges and hefty screws all around. It holds bucket and such just fine and I don't have to lift much. It scoots up even to the utility trailer just fine to slide off whatever I need to haul. I wouldn't put hundreds of pounds on it, but I've hauled a lot of buckets, shrubs, and bags of mulch up and down hills that I don't care to walk up or down with a quarter of that load ... and I'm only in about $20.