outdoors4evr wrote:Great looking shop!
On the 184, the right hand brake has a return helper spring missing or broken (under the foot platform). Maybe steal the one off the 154 or order a new one from HamiltonBobsCubs.
https://hamiltonbobs.com/cart/product/d ... lo-boy-mm5
Also, order a pair of new gas caps for both tractors. Those old design caps are not safe & fires are bad for shops.
That's only 1 stall. There are 2 trucks in stalls to the left. Plus 3 quads, a cub cadet rider, and a John Deere snowmobile in the loft. Not to mention the Goldwing peaking from behind the 154 in the picture. It's a 30x48 but it's completely full. There's also a 9x30 lean-to off the end with another quad, Craftsman garden tractor and a chicken coop. I got too much crap.
The brake return spring is on there, it is actually a spring that I took off of the last 154 that I parted out. I think it's either stretched or the wrong one. I haven't replaced it yet, but I will eventually. My replacement parts bill is large for this tractor so I have focused on the major stuff and slowly working through the minor stuff. The 154 that I have now has a single brake lever, but I haven't checked to see if I can use it in place of mine.
I'll look into the gas cap, thanks for the tip.