Dennis Bangham wrote: Figured I may end up paying more for medical than for the equipped tractor.
Dennis Bangham wrote:Here is some pictures after my latest whim. We (the wife concurred) wanted to remove all the shrubs from the front of the house. It was all dying junipers and boxwoods which are both bad ideas but when building a house they were quick and cheap.
The junipers caused cedar rusts and were dying and the boxwoods were pushing out rootsuckers everywhere so they needed to go. Anyone have replacement suggestions? Good pollinators and look nice and easy to maintain?
Here is the tractor after being put in the garage. Still dirty but it will get a good cleaning when I do the 50 hour maintenance and fluid changes.
I looked at the costs of a plastic sunshield and for $500 I was motivated to make one out of conduit and shade cloth.
I also lucked out and found a year old Overland Electric Wheelbarrow so I can reduce the travel time on the tractor and still get exercise.
Dennis Bangham wrote:[quote=
Is this the RK24 ? I have an older Yanmar and those RK machines seem sweet.
Brian Maverick wrote:
Oh please share some images of the cart! That would be a nice project to tackle.
I have a 3PT post hole digger. Looked at several storage options on the web, but none really worth while to construct. Then combining 2 ideas, I ended up with a great solution.
Dennis Bangham wrote:Yes. locking casters since I could not find 500 lb casters without locking mechanism.