Hi. Well I put the grading blade on our 125 for the first time in 20 years and decided three hands were needed. It's hard to change directions while holding the manual blade lift and steering. Did you ever steer a truck with your knee while steering, shifting, and drinking coffee? Came up with this last night. The weakness is friction at the plywood to cub chrome lever point. I will weld up a more efficient metal version after the geometry is finalized. I will need a curved slot at the top of the boomerang for better action. Any ideas on a better transition to the factory lever?. I want this to just lift off when not grading. Later I would connect directly/laterally to I think part #14 in the diagram to eliminate the comedic plywood and energy loss.