Wow, you must be the Mechanical Engineer~~~!!!
I've never thought that far about the snow blade... but of course it all make sense.
Any how, We (me and Welder) choose 3/8" thick angled iron (it is very thick and he was smashing it with sludge hammer so hard but nothing happened to it
) across the bottom blade of the bucket to observ all the pressure from snow blade... and weld 3/8" thick square metal tube on it to hold snow blade along with angled iron and it goes into female square metal tube on the bucket. So, all the weight was distributed onto angled iron and square metal tube. and chain was only used for keep the snow blade in place. That is all. As you could see on the picture there are quite of slack...
And another consideration was using snow blade while bottom of the bucket is almost flat with surface. so all the pressure should be observed by angled iron and bottom blade of bucket. and that hook welded on top of bucket does not getting any weights at all. Well~ I thought~~~
and using snow blade with FEL's floating feature.
Please, Let me know what you think of that fact. if you think I still need to make those trust stuff, I have to make another appointment with welding guy...
This snow blade and stuff, I've never used in my life yet. so I really don't know what is going to happen on my snow blade and bucket and tractor...
I hope everything works out fine... Now I'm a bit worried~
Thanks a million on your precious advice.