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I like it.

Looks like you have to totally disassembled the tractor just to replace the fuel tank. It would be nice if the video included that procedure for disassembling and assembling all the parts removed, i.e. everything as the only thing not removed was the transmission and engine.
 

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What about basic videos on changing hydraulic fluid and filters and screen. You could show the different places where the screen and filters are on the different models etc. Just simple fundamentals. I am sure customers would enjoy something at that level especially if they have never done this type of maintenance.

Then maybe simple things like changing our a thermostat. Educational videos like that would go a long way. And it would also make the customer all the more positive to buy all their filters, fluids etc from Green Farm Parts making it a win win situation.

Then there are the videos for taking off and putting on the different BH's and FEL's. I know that there are videos out there but again one stop shop for people being comfortable in knowing where they can gain knowledge and thus they gain comfort and want to buy from GFP.

I would love more detailed stuff e.g.changing out hydraulic hoses, how do replace the seals etc on a hydraulic cylinder.

How to put in a heater to your engine block or the radiator hose etc.
 

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I like it.

Looks like you have to totally disassembled the tractor just to replace the fuel tank. It would be nice if the video included that procedure for disassembling and assembling all the parts removed, i.e. everything as the only thing not removed was the transmission and engine.
We actually found some videos on YouTube that have a lot of shortcuts on changing out a fuel tank on an lawn tractor. The problem is, you should see the way some of these guys are torquing their fender decks and it just isn't safe. We all know there are TONS of shortcuts when working on our equipment, but for liability reasons we have to show the 'proper' way to do things! :lol:
 

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I understand trying to be sure the procedure is correct - just that a lot of stuff has to come off for this replacement. I can see where shortcuts are going to be taken and/or things done wrong just to get to the tank. Therefore this video should include removing items to get to the fuel tank, or have a relative video for that.
 
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