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What are you working on?

We have alot of handy people around here It could be anything snowblowers, lawn equipment , wood working, remodeling.


I have 2 trimmers an echo and stihl that need carb work.

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I'm taking a break from snowblowers. Yesterday, I got running a 2'' Honda pump, an old Honda Generator, a Troybilt pressure washer, restrung a Husqvarna chainsaw and a weed wacker, and serviced a Craftsman rototiller. I've got five Husky saws, a Poulan, and two Echo's to go over and get ready to sell for today.
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I'm taking a break from snowblowers. Yesterday, I got running a 2'' Honda pump, an old Honda Generator, a Troybilt pressure washer, restrung a Husqvarna chainsaw and a weed wacker, and serviced a Craftsman rototiller. I've got five Husky saws, a Poulan, and two Echo's to go over and get ready to sell for today.
geesus.......what you did in one day would take me a week.

right now i'm replacing the belts on a hs828 for my nextdoor neighbor. excellent machine for it's age. other than that trying to make up work to stay away from the wife.

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Nothing blower related but snow is starting so I thought I'd go up on the roof and clean the chimney. It's due for a cleaning so I have a 6" flue (just a wood stove in the basement) and it takes 4 6 foot rods joined with 3/4 NPT pipe nipples and bushings.

Anyway, get it cleaned and in the process of pulling out the brush and rod assembly. Usually start unthreading the rods as I pull them out. Icy, wet gloves and I thought I had a good grip on the second rod. Turns out I unthreaded the nipple from the first rod- 6' from the brush at the bottom of the chimney.

Got my LED flashlight and could barely see the rod but couldn't thread the pipe in because of the angle it was sitting.

Got a wire clothes hanger and twisted it onto the 3 rods I had and pushed it below the brush. Managed to pull it up about 7 or 8 feet and th eend of the rod was in the middle of the flue. Got it to thread on enough to pull the brush out.

Been doing this for almost 30 years and this is the first time I lost the brush...

Snowing heavier now here in Nova Scotia. Maybe I'll have to get the blower out after all...

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Finally finished:




Webpage with more info:
https://scotlawrence.github.io/Stone...comotives.html


Going on to the next project:



Webpage with more info:
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All those passenger cars that arent the same color Red as the locomotives, and going to be repainted. several also cut down and made shorter.

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Had to take a break from doing any work. Still doing shoulder therapy from all the damage it sustained when I tried to stop a fall back in early Nov. Dr. says it will be Sept. probably before he'll clear me. I'm Hoping it won't be nearly that long.
I have 5 rototillers that are ready for sale though, and one edger.

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Scot... that is awesume! One heck of a job.

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Webpage with more info:
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Webpage with more info:
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All those passenger cars that arent the same color Red as the locomotives, and going to be repainted. several also cut down and made shorter.

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https://youtu.be/P2zEv3ECOmY

Webpage with more info:
https://scotlawrence.github.io/Stone...comotives.html


Going on to the next project:



Webpage with more info:
https://sites.google.com/site/scotlawrence/BDE129

All those passenger cars that arent the same color Red as the locomotives, and going to be repainted. several also cut down and made shorter.

Scot
That had to take forever lol you must have some patience.

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speaking of chainsaws... my 2175 Poulan Pro got a work-out dealing with this cedar that gave my garage a little hug:


I'll be replacing the fuel and pulse lines shortly...they're shot.

I also picked-up a non-running Wheel Horse C85 about a month ago... at a crossroads whether or not to use it this year or start breaking it down for a full restoration. After some top-end work (and paint), the Kohler K181 purrs.


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Great job and attention to detail Scot.

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