My Uncle always said if you wanted to push stuff then use a dozer. A loader is made for lifting, even when you are scooping dirt, stone extra, your lifting as your moving forward to fill the bucket, not pushing. A loader is not designed to be a dozer (pushing).
I was just asking a question about the connection to the loader frame, though it looked professional and will most likely do everything he is tring to accomplish, I THINK he would have more pushhing ability if he had connected to the tractor frame. (i.e. like a truck or a dozer). The snow plow is putting all the stress on the loader and cylinders, again I THINK, the tractor would be more suited for that.