I installed a block heater in mine today ....I can't figure out how to make one video out of a few, so I just am just posting each one...I did drain the radiator before knocking out the freeze out plug
You're a youtubing maniac now Mark lol.I installed a block heater in mine today ....I can't figure out how to make one video out of a few, so I just am just posting each one...I did drain the radiator before knocking out the freeze out plug
Oh man...I didn't see him posting about that....that is a real drag...sorry to hear that he had to deal with thatYou don't have to store them inside but it sure keeps them in better shape without having sun/weather damage and rodent infestation problems if you can keep the shed clear of them. It cost mudyapster a chunk of coin to have his tractor (can't mention what color it was lol) separated when his outside tractor's bellhousing filled up with water and caused the linkage to rust/freeze up.
You will find so many things for the loader to do, it'll feel like you have a helper working with you...a really strong one!A concrete bench that no one sits on in front of my house just has plants on it in nice pottery usually...it is pretty heavy and it was sinking into the ground..I know I moved it by myself before, but I went to level it out and right away I realized that I had the loader ...this thing was a lot heavier than I remember it to be.....Loader came in handy
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I suspect your wife is going to make you carry in all the groceries now! You need one of those ramps with all the wheels on it so you can dump at the door and have it run in to the kitchen!I was feeling lazy and used it to carry a gallon of milk from the car to the kitchen door 😁
I thought about buying a 3/4" thick stall mat from TSC and cutting about 6" off of it to bolt across my cutting edge to plow leaves with. Curl down all the way so it squeeges. I bet it would work for snow as well.I have a couple of projects lined up for it...but thank God business has been good after kind of a slowdown during the quarantine thing, so....I am ready for snow...and the projects can wait until Spring if they have to