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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    If I followed his story... His wife was with him so she couldn't have brought the key. Neighbor brought the key. Then for his (the neighbor's) kindness, the neighbor (who brought the key) bought Sully an expensive humidor!

    That Sully is something else! He breaks his stuff, has the neighbor bail him out and then the guy who bails him out buys him a present!! Gizmo was my hero by his constant roping in of Mel to bail him out with the stuck zero-turn, but I think Sully just took his place in Hero-dom!!




    Iím going to say the neighbor took Ms Bear home. She then grabbed her spare key in the lock box that only the bears know the combination to and then took her vehicle back to Mr bear. It broke in the handle so the ignition would still work. and they lived happily ever after.
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    Good afternoon. Working in the office this week.

    Got a call from my friend yesterday. Pulling into work she noticed the ABS & Brake Lights were on and she was panicked. Her boss told her not to drive the car and have it towed to the dealership.

    I drove out to see her and took the Toyota van along. Left the van and drove her RAV4 home. Worked on it last night until almost 11PM. Checked fuses, front and rear ABS sensor harnesses. ABS controller connections. Removed the front sensors and checked for dirt and debris. Clean as a whistle and both tested OK for resistance.

    The rear sensors? Both frozen solid into the rear hubs so I sprayed them down with Kroil and gave them a few taps with a light hammer and a brass punch. Let it sit overnight and today to soak. Tonight I'm going out to remove the rear interior trim panels so I can get at the ABS harnesses to disconnect and check resistance.

    While underneath I also noticed that it's time for shocks & struts. So I ordered complete front strut assemblies, rear shocks and sway bar links all around. The front strut kits include the strut, spring, upper mount, bearing and the rubber snubber. Cheaper than buying individual parts and KYB which is an OE supplier had a rebate for a complete suspension package. Also ordered front hub bearings and spark plugs. So, this project will keep me busy for a few hours.

    Although the car is a 2003 she bought it new and has an attachment to it. It's only got 136,000 on the clock and has always been garaged. ~$500 for parts. Cheaper than a car payment and it has lots of life left in it. Should be a noticeable difference once I get it finished. Parts should arrive on Friday so....................there goes the weekend.
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    late afternoon or early evening

    got me a haircut today-while out to pickup a new shear bolt for the LX4 brush hog. yeah it broke last evening down at the neighbor ladies meadow. was sitting there watching a momma deer and her little bambi--pulled ahead a bit and thought boy is this thing ever quiet nowthen i looked back and seen the driveline turning
    that old bolt only lasted for 12 yrs--why it didn't last to 15 yrs -IDK
    jd wanted over a buck for the bolt--course its metric i paid $2.49 just for the bolt and $.69 for the lock nut then--but i have it in my hand so no shipping charges

    so while out today-Charley boy made me promise to stop for his free ice cream at the tastee-freeze stand called the Cow.
    me i had to pay $2.49 for mine boy how good it tasted

    rained here off and on for most of the day too.

    later
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    Took the JD-755 in to the local welding/muffler shop this morning to have a broken deck hanger bracket welded. I would have done it myself, but only have 110 to my outbuildings now due to a burnt out underground line that the electrician hasn't gotten to yet.

    Tilled up more garden space before tonight's rain starts. Put a new battery in the JD 790, 9 years ain't bad for a battery these days!

    This afternoon I picked up the 755, while it was still on the trailer for easier access, I greased the mowed deck, put the tool box & step back on & even found the slow leak in a front tire. An old plug was seeping air, so I pulled it out & replaced it with a new plug.
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    Sgs, why didnít you do this a month ago. Iíd have swaybar links, new springs and be done already. My new spring compressors arrived Sunday pretty late. The old ones were for to big of a coil. Iíll warn you, I found it easiest to just cut the top off the rears.

    BigJim, Iím glad my dealer still sells stock nuts and bolts by the pound. The hardware store gave that up decades ago.

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    Good evening gtt, not much going on, Iím setting up my new accessory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post


    so while out today-Charley boy made me promise to stop for his free ice cream at the tastee-freeze stand called the Cow.
    me i had to pay $2.49 for mine boy how good it tasted

    rained here off and on for most of the day too.

    later
    Boy that Charley Boy is a conniving rascal.



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    Good evening, day didn't go as planned. Me I hadn't planned or even wanted to go mow in Morgantown today.. Wife had other plans, on the drive over I told her things didn't look good.. Mowed for a hour or more in a drizzle , then for about another 90 mins NO Rain. then a down pour
    Still have 90 mins to 2 hr to finish so hope to finish toward the end of the week.

    Came home working on a wooden table to set on front porch. Hope to finish it this week or first of next, wife birthday is the 29th ..

    Later
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    Good Morning Sunshine!......Well.....damn, that didn't work.


    I whiddled away at a bunch of small stuff last night, I am making progress. Not sure how MDrew made out, but the only person I got a hold of was the electrician. Truthfully, he's one I wanted to talk to the most, so that's a good thing. I keep pumping water out of the trench, I'd like to get the wire and conduit in, so I can back fill it and return to the normal drainage pattern.


    Enjoy your day folks
    I whiddled this morning but didn't think anybody would care....maybe it means something different down here below the mason dixon line!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titleist1 View Post
    I whiddled this morning but didn't think anybody would care....maybe it means something different down here below the mason dixon line!!

    It doesnít mean anything this far north as far as I know, but Iím no dirt measurer.

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    Home.

    All is well.

    And it is raining.....

    Had a good time visiting with Dad.
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