Here is my other Huskee. This was also given to me in pretty sad shape. Deck was totall junk, being held together with tie wire and baler twine. It had been badly neglected, and used very hard. It's saving grace was it had been stored in the back shop at the local school. So I took her under my wing, brought her home, and proceeded to remove the deck, clean her up a little. Fresh gas, new battery, and a shot of ether, and she started right up, and purred like a kitten. Now this tractor has not been started in at least five years! Si then changed oil & filter, cleaned and re-gapped the plugs, changed the primary drive belt. she is now my primary spray tractor, and currently enjoys the pampered, semi-retired life she rightly deserves. Totally free from abuse and neglect. Wife tells me I should open a shelter for wayward and abused tractors. Can't save every tractor in the rhubarb, though.,
Edited by akretowicz, August 23, 2017 - 02:31 PM.