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Discussion Starter · #64 ·
After helping the wife getting the flowers planted a little work on the 314
was do.
Got the oil changed again , wanted to get the oil out that I had mixed
the SeaFoam with and just run straight 30 wt. Was a bit surprised how
dirty it was for such a short duration. Added a little more to the fuel
tank.
Removed one of the front wheels and got it in primer will try to repaint
tomorrow night. Got two coats before the rain drops came back
One at a time for now .
Here are the pics Troy , Greg.
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That's nice that you posted pictures of the tractor Kyle, however I was referring to seeing pictures of how nice the tractor was cutting the neighbors yard. I like seeing an evenly cut yard.
 

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😂😂😂😂. That will have to wait for the weekend now
it’s already growing back and those $&@# dandelions really
make it look bad.
I was doing it on a four day cycle like my yard she says it was to much so
now it’s once a week for her and the other lady doesn’t care so they both get the once a week rotation. Was over weed wacken today. There is so much to cut around it’s tough with the 210 that’s why it takes so long.
My shoulders usually sore by the end from using the spinner on
the steering wheel. Have one of those on every tractor that’s gets used regularly
They are the one’s who gave me the Cub 122 . I am only the third owner 1st one not in their immediate family.
 

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Thanks,ran the wheel over it with some of my left over detailing supplies.
Don't do much of that anymore.
She'll be getting some new paint as time allows but I like the wheels to be a nice shade of shiny yellow
regardless if the whole thing is painted or not. Just one of my things I guess.
 

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A little more progress tonight. Painted the one I started last night
and removed the other and got it primed also.
Ordered new washers that go behind the wheels from the man
store. Maybe should have ordered the washer that goes behind the dust cover the one is pretty chewed up
First time I’ve taped one up and painted it I usually
just knock the beed off and slide cardboard around rim.
Just was not feeling that . Pretty happy with the way it
worked out.
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Yes I know I’ll get a few of her with the deck mounted up
Good news is the snow thrower for the 314 showed up today. Thanks JD Beginner . He even delivered for me View attachment 11546 View attachment 11547
That blower served me well in the 7 years I used it. I just have a tough driveway for a 2 wheel drive tractor. Time for a walk behind blower. Hopefully kyle 2 can get me a good deal on one!
 

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Speaking of Kyle squared, where's he been lately?
 

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Well tonight was able to get another coat of yellow on the
wheel I painted last night and painted the other one also
Went down picked up the washers that goes in behind the wheel also so I can get her back together to cut grass this weekend.
It’s developed a small drip of hydro oil from somewhere guess that’s next
 

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Yes and I thank you every day for the opportunity
Curious to see how it will handle snow duties
hopefully as well as lawn duties
Would like to give her an updated coat of green yet just not sure I want to be without it for a few weeks.
 

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It’s seems amazing for how she shakes when she starts
but when running at full throttle cutting grass it’s smooth and quiet
Doesn’t rev real high just sort of bears down when it needs to
Think the 210 may be getting upset as it’s resting more as I usually use it on the neighbors yards.
 
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