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Installed new tires on my 112's finally dry painted front rims. installed electric lift motor also
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Started testing the new 3 pt. hitch plows I picked up. Good thing, the top link I have is too long and doesn't allow plow to point into the ground. Gotta find shorter ones now!
 

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Hmm, you are right. It does look like the spindle is worn too. I'll have to check that. I think the PO must have had the wheels down low and kept the deck low most of the time. They might also be the original wheels and just worn out after almost 400 hours. The flange nuts were slightly worn, so I planning on replacing them soon.
I found a link to a member that rebuilt a 62c deck. Don't know if the gage wheel kit he used fits yours also or if Deere offers a similar kit for yours. Might be worth looking into.
 

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Yeah, I think I saw that post some time ago, but thanks for the link. I thought about trying to get wheels with the grease zerk, but these ones were pretty cheap and easy to replace. I am going to see how long they last. I typically mow with the deck very high, but keep the wheels set for a lower cut. I suspect they will rarely hit something and therefore last a long time.
 

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Did you get an original actuator or did you put a new model in? Tires and rims look good, where's the mud???
I got a electric motor from another 112. I’m pretty sure my motor is repairable, just the price on this motor was too cheap to pass up .
All the mud is on the x595


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I usually don't make too much noise on Sunday, However, it's supposed to rain all week so I'm working, just had to take a pic of this tree that weighed too much for me to handle because it wouldn't let go of its dirt, so use grapple & carry it off
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Spent much of the day cleaning up at the river making the area bigger. Trying to double the size this year. Got me a nice club too. Never know these days when you might need one.



 

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Spent much of the day cleaning up at the river making the area bigger. Trying to double the size this year. Got me a nice club too. Never know these days when you might need one.



Going after that VDub! Is that one a 1.8t?


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I set the tires out in the sun for an hour to warm them up, sprayed silicone on tire bead & then installed tires 100% by hand, no tools.
 

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Entertainment was arguably my only justification as my car is highly unlikely to leave the garage any time soon but tell me you all wouldn't have done the same thing.
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Going after that VDub! Is that one a 1.8t?


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Nope it’s an 04 BEW TDI 1.9 wagon with a southbend stg 2 clutch Kerma tune and a bog warner S7 turbo. Super fun car. My wife’s car.

We’ve got that, my 95 VR, and a mint 01 Passat 4 motion GLX.

And now we have today in VT...as soon as I took off the blower. Go figure

 

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I was tempted to plow but it’s raining and will likely melt off the driveway.


At least the backyard is pretty.


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Thinking of going out to scrap the drive... tho honestly I probably don’t need to. It varies, from 1” to 3” or so, but where it’s the deepest is in front of the garage where the sun doesn’t shine. My wife understands... shes the best!
 

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Sprayed prodiamine wdg-65 in the lawn with my 3ph sprayer yesterday and bought 10 40# bags of pelletized lime to spread.
 
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