Nothing new to add as far as the build goes, but I do have a little story I'll relate. About a week ago, I had a small dream one night about the tractor. We were in the workshop and I started the engine on the work bench. No battery, no wires, just started the engine because that's the way I roll in MY dreams. Anyway, the engine was extremely quiet. So quiet in fact, it was like a dream.
The engine was instantly installed on the tractor and I took it out for a spin around our little town. It was fast. Scary fast. I was able to drift through a couple of intersections and pulled a couple of wheelies.
We all know the cool stuff we can do in our dreams, and dreams in and of themselves, do not usually make for good discussion or disclosure. However, last night I was talking on the phone with my father and he told me he had been out to the workshop the day before and was surprised to see the engine completely disassembled. He then told me had a dream that night about the tractor.
Seems, in his dream, that I was unable to put the tractor back together again and he had to buy a new one. I laughed and told him about my dream. I can see why he is aprehensive. There are a lot of parts laying around, but they are acutually in some sort of order. The tractor is the center of the shop and the parts that are farthest from the tractor, are the first parts to come off. The first pieces I restore to the tractor are the closest ones. Same with the engine on the bench. I have also kept the bolts and screws with the piece it goes with or put it back into the hole it came out of. It does look daunting I'll admit, but I'm thinking about it in sections and will not let any section be too large to handle easily.
Looking forward to getting back on it tomorrow.