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  1. Building a dream (dually HT20 project)

    Bolens Forum
    What an awesome thread! Excellent work, those duals look incredible. Nice Yanmar also, my friend just picked one up as well and it is a beast of a machine. Excited to tag along on this build, your fab skills are exceptional! Sent from my SM-A520W using Tapatalk
  2. My latest Project - Part Two

    Home Made Tractors, Implements and Accessories
    I have been following along but noticed I haven't posted a Mikey update in awhile. I've been enjoying everyones projects from a far however December was a crazy month, too many things to even say however a lot of issues in life worked out and I ended up landing a robotic programming job which I...
  3. A little work on the 800

    Bolens Forum
    Just ran across this, excellent work David! I know what you mean, some tractors you put way too much work in just because you feel bad for them, but hey any tractor saved from the scrap is a good one :)
  4. I Needed More Focus In My Life

    Car Talk
    Hi Dave, working on salt belt vehicles my whole life shows nothing is safe :hide: I know fuel lines have been replaced, unsure of pump so I will reread the recipes I have. Probably will not lift the bed as we can throw it on the hoist to run the lines. The spot that let go was right out in the...
  5. I Needed More Focus In My Life

    Car Talk
    Thanks Austen! Definitely too much work, Bavar racing itself took 3 weeks to get told to go away, they're customer service was awful I decided to purchase my Uncle's old truck since we were looking to sell it. It's an '03 GMC Sierra 1500 4wd Z71 Extended Cab and has 215k kms on it. He put a lot...
  6. Finally Joined The Suburban Club!

    Craftsman/Sears Forum
    I figured since it's apart I'll clean up the visible shifter parts. I do plan to have it covered (more on that later) but if that idea hits the fan then I will have a backup already underneath I also started cleaning up other parts of the shifter, just cleaning up the corrosion that this one...
  7. Finally Joined The Suburban Club!

    Craftsman/Sears Forum
    I forgot to post as well that I picked up a new toy for the Sears fleet to drag around this year. A friend was selling out his collection, so I have 3 plows so I need a disk too right? :hide: Its super straight and clean, all the bearings are tight and it shows very little wear. Should be a...
  8. I Needed More Focus In My Life

    Car Talk
    Thanks Eric! Just like tractor parts I pick it up when I find the right deal. I got the skirts for about 1/3rd of the normal price because the guy wanted a quick sell. Worked out nicely that my buddy bought the rest of the shell Sent from my SM-A520W using Tapatalk
  9. I Needed More Focus In My Life

    Car Talk
    Thought I would post a little update on the Focus. I have been slowly picking up some stuff for spring. It took 40 emails but I got the center caps I needed for the rims, Gene at Wheel Warehouse was awesome to work with. Next up a friend of mine in Indiana was buying a ST2 in Pennsylvania as...
  10. Finally Joined The Suburban Club!

    Craftsman/Sears Forum
    Got the other half of the case cleaned up, new seals tapped in and it is back assembled. Need to wash the bolts and clean them up before final reassembly. Picked up the non-detergent 30 for the rear end even tho I won't be putting it back in the frame until spring :) Sent from my SM-A520W using...
  11. Purchased Bolens HDT1000 #11!

    Bolens Forum
    Excellent! So glad to see it made it safe and sound, what an awesome machine with an even better story. That loader is top notch also! Sent from my SM-A520W using Tapatalk
  12. My latest Project - Part Two

    Home Made Tractors, Implements and Accessories
    I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas, and congrats Larry! :) Sent from my SM-A520W using Tapatalk
  13. My latest Project - Part Two

    Home Made Tractors, Implements and Accessories
    I agree with Pedro on thinking it is belt related, I have seem other people on here have issues over the years of tensioning springs breaking and having similar issues On the backpack blower it could also be a coil or ignition module breaking down (unsure on what yours uses). Once it gets hot...
  14. "Shed Fresh" 816

    Gravely
    Just stumbled on this thread, great work Dave! Can't wait to follow along :). I remember hearing about the phantom with the adult beverage bet with Ellis many moons ago :sidelaugh:. Sent from my SM-A520W using Tapatalk
  15. Started working on the 1950 Economy

    Power King & Economy Tractors
    Great work Gary! What a neat old machine, I will be following along :) Sent from my SM-A520W using Tapatalk
  16. Finally Joined The Suburban Club!

    Craftsman/Sears Forum
    Thanks Don. Still wondering how all that crud got in there :dunno:. Everything on the transmission came off easy so it looks to have not spent much time in the weather. Not like it's 50 years old either :sidelaugh: It will be getting a shift boot once it goes back together, I made something up...
  17. Finally Joined The Suburban Club!

    Craftsman/Sears Forum
    Got a little further on the transmission job yesterday. A couple large screwdrivers to act as a wedge and some light tapping and the input pulley popped right off. I removed all the key ways and cleaned the crud buildup off of the axle shafts to get it ready for separation. It look some...
  18. Purchased Bolens HDT1000 #11!

    Bolens Forum
    That looks amazing Austen! The loader turned of great as well, looks right at home on the Bolens! I can see a loader project being in my future in a few years, I think the Sears needs one[emoji6]. Unless that nice Bolens made a wrong turn on the way to Eric's and came North Hoping all goes...
  19. Hi guys, been a VERY long time since I had a Ford!

    Ford/Post 1990 New Holland
    I know you messaged me but I haven't made my way here yet :hide:. Excellent work Eric and Pops, glad you're not out of the tractor game! Looks like a good machine, and I'm sure with the 2 of you on the job it will be a stellar machine :) Sent from my SM-A520W using Tapatalk
  20. Finally Joined The Suburban Club!

    Craftsman/Sears Forum
    Spent a little time on the transmission this afternoon. After the flat head screw that holds the brake rod onto the rear end would not come off, I removed the 2 carriage bolts that hold the brake band on and removed it. The original band has lots of lining left so I will leave it as is From...
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