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  1. At Rural Past Times last year when we were doing some ploughing, we had a bit of an issue with the heat from the exhaust heating up the fuel. We decided to make a new exhaust and the aim was to have it exit the hood as close to original as possible. It turned into a bigger job than expected. Joseph made a video of the new creation, as usual I was the cameraman but I did get to do a couple of jobs
  2. After finishing the last project I thought it was time for a bit of a rest but Joseph had other ideas. The new project is a 1964/5 Bolens 900 which has been in storage since 2004, which was before he was born. As usual my role is one of cameraman. A quick introduction by Joseph aka Garden Tractor Boy
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    1975 Bolens G14

    Thanks for your support chaps With regard to the organ grinder or the monkey, I know my place. Anyone got a banana?
  4. Happy birthday Ian, I hope you have a great day
  5. Spring has sprung and it was time to get the HT23 ready for grass cutting. The good news is Joseph did most of the maintenance but unfortunately he now does most of the driving too. I could not believe how much our grass has grown over the last week or so.
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    1975 Bolens G14

    Dad does not get much look in these days Iain
  7. Thinking back to the summer 2018 shows, It might be worth getting a mobility scooter that has a collision prevention system Iain
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    1973 Bolens G10

    Hi Alain, probably easier to just post a picture of it Iain
  9. We were caught out by the snow last year and had to rush around getting the snow blade out of storage. Joseph wanted us to be prepared this year just in case we get snow. He had made a video of the preparation
  10. Half a Horse looks great and you have done a fantastic job Alan. Now this project has come to an end, I will miss the updates but I am looking forward to reading about the next project. Iain
  11. Alan, I am sure you know who got in trouble for letting him mess up the grass
  12. We replaced the battery and make up some new battery leads for the Estate Keeper. Joseph did the work, it took him a long time but he got it done
  13. We did some work to get the tyre changer working and it is proving to be a very useful tool. When time allows it will have a full rebuild and I think I may be able to make an adaptor so I can use it with small front tyres. Iain
  14. It looks fantastic, you have done a great job Iain
  15. Joseph made a quick video of cleaning the paint on the Westwood. Not sure who the scruffy old git is
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