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Discussion in 'The Toolbox' started by johndeereelfman, Jul 2, 2016.
Hey I think I'll drop my snowblower off at your garage for the same treatment!
That looks alright. I need a belt cover for one of those.
It’s brush painted. Only worried about preserving and making it work. TSC brown primer and TSC New JD Yellow had it been a restoration it would be sprayed with new stickers also.
Not sure I can help you out right now
Well finally got a few moments to unwind in the garage today.
Worked on getting the chute extended on the blower. It’s certainly not perfect but it’s functional and that’s what matters.
Think part this may get spray painted at least on the outside . Do not want a lot of build up were it rotates may just primer that part and coat it with never seize.
Looks good my friend!
Worried it may be to long but that’s easily adjusted.
Looks good brother. Def could be a bit long for the wet heavy snow though.
so I decided to take the day off today for some hunting, Christmas shopping, and some garage time. Ended up dropping a transaxle, axle shaft first on the top of my foot.... yep it hurt!
That's not exactly what I said...
hope no little ears were around to hear the wording after that happened
Lol nope, they were at school.
Hope it’s feeling better soon and nothing got broken when it fell on it
Nothing broke, including the foot (somehow). Still bit tender though.