What did you do to your non-G body project today

ed1948

ed1948

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Hey, Streetbu....check on 'plastic bumper repair' on the internet. The same techniques and materials can be used to repair the J.D. front clip.
To repair the plastic lower bumper on my truck I used JB Weld plastic epoxy, fiberglass tape, 80 grit paper and a heat gun.
 
Clutch

Clutch

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#82
Hey, Streetbu....check on 'plastic bumper repair' on the internet. The same techniques and materials can be used to repair the J.D. front clip.
To repair the plastic lower bumper on my truck I used JB Weld plastic epoxy, fiberglass tape, 80 grit paper and a heat gun.
I like sem quick set 50 on bumper covers and fillers
 
wonderboy24

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well my week of hell is over lol. got the truck done today. before and after pics.
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joesregalproject

joesregalproject

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I need one of them for Lauren she wants to drive and cut the grass for me. I'm hoping to finde one cheap with a catch bag so I don't need to do leaves anymore
I have a bagger on mine, one of the best $100 I ever spent.
 
wonderboy24

wonderboy24

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Back in bisness. What are you going to do about the bed?
looking for one.i priced the panels i need to get the rust gone on it. 400.00 per panel. im hoping i can find a better one for that or little cheaper. i missed out on a couple that were decent they sold for 300.00.
 
Streetbu

Streetbu

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#87
Hey, Streetbu....check on 'plastic bumper repair' on the internet. The same techniques and materials can be used to repair the J.D. front clip.
To repair the plastic lower bumper on my truck I used JB Weld plastic epoxy, fiberglass tape, 80 grit paper and a heat gun.
I like sem quick set 50 on bumper covers and fillers

Thanks guys. I actually weld plastic at my work. Unfortunately this type can't be welded. Glued, but not welded. I really like this rider, but I have a decent one now. This one is better though. But I'd rather pay my credit card down so I think I'm going to put a new hood hood on it to maximize my profit. No one wants to pay good money for a crappy looking rider.

Deck lift pedal was seized, tried greasing, didn't help. So then this happened to get it off, and freed up... Luckily is was just time and the weather here today was horrible. So I spent some time in the garage today :)
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UNGN

UNGN

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#88
$400 isn't bad for a $4,500 mower. My 1996 Craftsman 18hp Kolher is still going strong or I'd be looking for another mower. Only having to mow 1/4 acre of grass on a 1/2 acre lot for the last 18 years has been easy on it.

I'll probably buy a fixer upper mower just so i have tires newer than 22 years old. The tread on mine are a little thin.
 
Streetbu

Streetbu

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I know. I really want to keep it but paying the old credit card down when update be really nice. We're trying/planning to tear our house down next year and build a new one. Current one is payed off, but we'll end up with a mortgage so the less bills the better.
 
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