I haven't been on our tractor much this spring/summer but it did feel good to fell some Ash for firewood this spring and after that was stacked I started on bucking up some pine.I have been putting a few hours on mine here and there mowing and moving wood now and again. I want to take a weekend to really get into my wood log piles but I have been busy with work and with everything going on this year I don't know about using my vacation yet. I might have to save it for this fall and winter since my wife's work a hospital is not allowing any vacation time after Sept. as of right now.
Hopefully the splitter works like the day it was bought, but incase it runs funky or keeps dying, humor me when I say this, check the fuel line, a split in the line that grabs air can mimic conditions of a carb running lean, but still give you fuel if you open the bowl screws.They changed the splitter oil, hydraulic fluid and filter after putting in the new carb. I did check the fluids once I brought it home (all was good) and it started up fine but tomorrow we'll see how it splits.
I hope it looks better the pollen coming out of the trees last we was wicked, my wifes car is next.Looks good! I love using my equipment but I like stuff to stay nice and clean. Plus it lasts longer.
What types of wood do you have? I did get two coats on each side of the area I was painting on the plow, out of the garage it goes tomorrow.
I was going to paint today but we had some rain early this morning with the humidity levels at 84 percent so we'll paint tomorrow.Walnut, ash and some locust. I'm cutting today into a pile of ash I have the girls are all swimming so it is me and the dogs so everyone is happy. It is 91 out but i'll be in the woods plus I like the heat. The dogs will do a little pond swimming to cool off.