Well lawn was kinda iffy, long in some areas, not so much in others, BUT, thought it needed it to be mowed. SO, got the little Deere out and went at it. Didn't get the push out for trim or nothing, just did close as could on rider. Good enough for now. Found too low spots with some watery muddish stuff and got tractor dirty couple of times. THEN, got out the Snapper King and went around with roller once more in the places that I wanted to flatten the most. Was last years fixes, still kinda tall compared to rest of areas. That went good and drained the drum, will put away when can get in garage again. Had to move the trailers too, they usually sink in ground at tires, kill all the grass where parked or such if not moved. I rolled over those spots too to push down the wheel holes. AND, got into garage some to mess with the Sun Star some. Fiddled some with metal staightening sides of hood. One went pretty good, other is gonna take more work. They will NEVER be smooth as they once were, heh! I have dollies and body hammers and they do work pretty good, but best is still same hammers with the metal on floor if flat enough. Tore into the one wheel bearings and the spindle bushings, will be getting new. Had to split the bushings to get them out. Had one drive all the way down against the bottom one, but that one just would not push thru. That is the worn one looks like. These bearings are biggest I have seen in GT. The axles are 1" and the OD on bearings is 2". Most are 3/4 and 1-3/8 on other tractors. Think I found some on epay, have to go back and look at those now.
Well, not bad day, pretty nice, no rain and good to be out there. Gonna have to build myself up for summer, My back hurts and over-all sore and stiff from working on floor too much. Soon the lifts and benches will be out and used again, can stand up at least!