I want to be able to control my rear 8 ft heavy duty blade from my 4044M tractor seat. I know they sell a expensive hydraulic control kit for this but it has to wait for other PTO Operated Stuff in line first. My Idea is to get the dual action ram now to angle the blade with and plumb in a tempory hydraulic closed loop line with a valve to control the flow. I have high presser valves and fittings I could use to place one near the seat. My thought is to open the valve, set the blade and close it again for a Hydraulic Fluid Lock. I would first purge all the air from the hydraulic cylinder and hose then put the valve on to control fluid flow. Now with the valve open at the seat it would be easy to re/angle the blade using the tractor movement then lock the valve. Seems when I am plowing snow or grading it is a real hassle to get off and move it so I just work around it and waste fuel in the process. Locking the fluid should lock the blade rigid at least I think it should work that way? Anyone try this before? Just thought about it more nope each side is different in fluid capacity and it won't move till fluid can flow at different rates in the single loop hose at the same time . Won't happen.