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    Mowed the lawn completely for the first time with the new tractor. The weather was incredible today, 74. Planning to spread a bunch of dirt to level things out a bit over the weekend. I have about 40 yards of topsoil to play with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FortClatsop View Post
    So there I was greasing the muffler bearings after I over filled the blinker fluid.
    From the looks of things you forgot to grease the zerks in your tires.



    Seriously, what are you doing?
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    Levi, my guess was that he removed the intake to perform a valve lash adjustment?
    I remember when folks used to joke about about exhaust fluid... now it's a real thing.
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    Hello Ray!! Be seeing you all the 27th...if you're going to be there.
    LORD willing. So glad you're coming!
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    So there I was greasing the muffler bearings after I over filled the blinker fluid.

    I had to replace the glow plugs in my 2305. (See the thread on that).
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    Rolled the lawn

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    This is the same roller I used with the LX186. Thinking I could upgrade to a wider one.

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    Not going to post pictures of greased loader fittings. You'll just have to take my word fo it. The other day I had a huge bonfire that left about one foot of dried dirt and ashes in my firepit, so I cleaned it out. Filled up a 55 gal trash can 3/4 full and about 1/2 of a 93 gal one. Then I walked the yard spot spraying for weeds, clover and crab grass.

    The weather guessers blew another forecast today. Was supposed to rain off and on all day, but barely sprinkled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanW View Post
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    This is the same roller I used with the LX186. Thinking I could upgrade to a wider one.

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    What does rolling a lawn do? I don’t even have rime to cut my lawn lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlegreenmachine View Post
    What does rolling a lawn do? I don’t even have rime to cut my lawn lol
    That would be my question too. What's with this rolling of the lawn/grass business? Is this a south of the border type of pastime? The only time a lawn gets rolled up here, is after they lay sod and they want it to make solid contact with the soil below. But existing lawns?
    Seems to me all you're doing is compacting already spring saturated soils and turning it into concrete, pounding the life out of it. I dunno, educate me here, what's going on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gls1320 View Post
    That would be my question too.

    What's with this rolling of the lawn/grass business?

    Is this a south of the border type of pastime?
    Around here,, it is done to flatten the sod and earth raised by moles, and voles,,,
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