Yep. I get ALL the good out of my stuff before I retire it.
Couldn't agree more. It puts your capabilities and independence in another stratosphere.Welding.
It seems like such a mysterious and formidable thing to so many, but I cannot think of another "fixit" skill which has paid off so handsomely. I think anyone who has one of these older machines MUST learn to weld some.
It's got me a whole lotta beer as payment :fing32:You will of course become the "welder" in the neighborhood ............
Well, we will let you slide on the cost of the cotter pin, that can be a little pricey!! :ROFThe throttle control on the 18G wasn't staying up into the full position it would work its way to mid low throttle in a few seconds of running. I took a cotter pin and stuck it down between where a washer was supposed to be. Has worked fine ever since.
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LOL You really want to see what I done'd?!?! Heck all I'd have to do is pop the hood and snap a pic! All mtf GRAVELY'ers would be going out to their garages to see what it's supposed to look like!Well, we will let you slide on the cost of the cotter pin, that can be a little pricey!! :ROF
Great save!! We need a pic, if you ever take it apart! :fing32: