Wow... That sounds kinda harsh when I re-read it... To clarify... If you have 2 yellow Jeeps in your multi-Jeep arsenal... Then you make me sick, or just jealous! :diggingadeeperholethanicanwinchoutof: they need a smiley for that!
104 is too much, agreed... but it is currently snowing and we have a couple inches and it is 10 F degrees here right now, so the wood stove is a rumbling and soon I will head out hopefully to work on the rear section of the RHD CJ7.
I was in training all week and yesterday had to work to make up for the time that I was at training because they had issues... so training cost me more time...
Looks like you guys on the north east coast are going to get two more shots of snow. The one coming your way now and the one we were suppose to get next wed. Our weather guy just said it's now going to go south of us and up to you guys. This Sucks.
I sliced the sidewall in my front left tractor tire last night at 10pm while clearing off the 4-5 inches... frantically searching for another one... 23x8.5x12... oddball size that only came on my model Kubota from 96-2001... should be easy
A foot coming Sat into Sunday, blizzard conditions... this morning the weatherman let slip about Wed... said he thinks it will be worse than this one tomorrow... so that is going to be 1-3 feet of snow we have to put somewhere... I need to get that tire fixed ASAP!
3 hours and 300 dollars the new front tires for the Kubota are on to prepare for the foot of snow tomorrow and the foot plus on Wednesday.
BTW, once I had both hard to find new tires mounted, I learned that one of the tubes had let go with a very faint whistling noise from the stem area.
Fixed that up with a new tube, which took 3 stores to find and I am in finally now and it is 74.... due to the wood stove... the actual temp outside is 0... headed to -10 tonight.
In the end, I guess the tires were originals and dry cracked on the inside sidewalls... that puts them at 18 years old, so I guess it was time.