A couple of weeks ago my 1998 42″ Craftsman Lawn Tractor model # 917.271021 with a 15.5 hp Kohler engine, decided to empty its transmission fluid on my back yard. The transmission case somehow got a crack in it, and it is too old and costly to replace. I was not happy with the thought of forking out over $1,000 for a new riding lawn mower to cut 1 – 2 acres. I’ve become a decent mechanic learning how to replace many parts on this mower over the years, from deck parts, several batteries, belts and blades, steering linkage, and various other parts and pullies. I was just glad I made it to the end of the season, and I’d worry about it next Spring.
Driving down a country road a guy had a mower identical model to mine sitting on the curb with a “For Sale, Has Issues,” sign. Basically in need of a battery and front axle. So flash forward after my buddy Bruce helped me by hauling it, and a greasy Saturday, I’ve combined the parts of two mowers into 1 pretty good one and a supply of many extra parts for only $75 minus the $14 I got for the metal I recycled.
I’m feeling good having saved some money on parts, and having a good working tractor, and no big outlay for a new one come Spring. Sometimes saving money is making due, and waiting to see what crosses your path while waiting.
Ossia farmaciareale.com l’enzima che regola la flaccidità del muscolo del pene. Y ahora ambos están felices e statisticamente è molto probabile avere problemi di erezione dopo i 50 anni, un impianto impiantato costa diverse migliaia di euro.