Those are the 42# weights from Deere, UC13263What size of weights did you get? Also, do you know the part number? I too would like to get weights.
I was actually surprised by how heavy they are. The price doesn't bother me too much. Just for safety alone, it's worth it. I feel the same way about wheel spacers. Just a little bit of width will make the tractor a lot more stable.
are you using only the stock light fixtures (headlights and fender lights?) and halogen bulbs.Mowed the yard. In the dark. Cleaned chicken coop too. Got parkin pad done for enclosed trailer too. Been up to lots of things. Nice to be back on here. Hopefully I'll have more time and be able to get on more.
He cant get into the garage on his own yet... But if he is playing on the tractor, i pull the key. He has his own power wheel tractor but he hasn't mastered how to drive that on his own yet. I too always make sure my hydros are lowered for multiple reasons. Heck i even lower my deck to the ground when i park it.Little Pig is about 18 months, and the tractor is a favorite. To the point I don't leave the key in it while parked in the garage, and I double check to ensure all the hydraulics have been lowered because he and mom stop to see the tractor first when they arrive. I've lost track of how many sippy cups are left in the tractor's cup holder, or blankies left in the bucket.
Bright orange or green shirts help keep tabs on him while out working.
One man's junk is another man's treasure! Nice find! And yes, I would clean it up and put a handle on it.Does anybody happen to know how old that cultivator might be? It's in good enough shape that I think I'm going to clean it up and put a new handle on it. It doesn't look like something that was made recently.