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Thinking about a winter /storage cover with all the rain we get in NYBeen going through this thread and following some of the links to other threads, for example, one of my tanks the guage doesnt register. I found a thread and realised the tankscreen is removable. It was too tight for a strap wrench, I used a large C clamp to loosten it and went from there. View attachment 660484 the float wasn't I tarped it as rain and snow are forcast. View attachment 660485 View attachment 660486
Did a full pmcs on my 923a2 last night. 3 hours later, all fluids checked, all grease zeros lubed, all lights checked and I'll be ****ed if I don't need two bulbs and front axle seals . Oh well. All the fluids looked good at least.
Comes with the territory. It's all in the nature of "things", and the ownership of things.Welcome to the 5 ton money suck...
Google is your friendI can't sing to save my life, so I'll just add it to my extensive list of money pits. Unfortunately for my wallet, I build offroad stuff too, along with dirt toys and classics. Thankfully I have a very understanding wife that supports my hobbies..... at least most of the time. Lol.
Would prefer to find the proper stock replacement knob, but I was thinking of getting an aluminum brake knob and epoxying the face of the old knob to it after a little fab work to keep it looking authentic.
Glad nobody got hurt.Used mine, particularly my fire fighting skid setup! I was winching trees down the hill and had a cable break in spark a fire. I wasn't able to stop the fire but I did stop it from spreading towards any buildings, no structures no neighbors were harmed just vegetation.
That's not surprising, it's really dry out. I picked up a backpack sprayer to add to the arsenal. I could have stopped it if I had one on me because the immediate and more effective response I could have launched.Glad nobody got hurt.
Reading the other day how one of the more recent CA Fires was spark-started by somebody driving a metal stake into the ground.
These work great for throwing down on the deck when you need to work there on your back:It'll be nice to do some work that doesn't involve laying on the hard ground.
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