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A few more pics of my 154

Postby Jersey_cub » Sat Apr 04, 2009 6:42 pm

Here are a few more pics of the 154 that me and my son worked on rebuilding the rear.
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Just thought I would throw one in of the cub too.
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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby grumpy » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:54 pm

Looks good. Thanks for the pics. Grump
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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby BigBill » Sun Apr 05, 2009 6:42 am

They both look good. Thanks for the pics.
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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby Jersey_cub » Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:44 am

Thanks fellas. The 154 needs some front end body work as you can see and some new paint which I did purchase from TSC as you suggested Bigbill. Ive been wondering if I could find a new glass front grill, are they available?

This fall I plan on pulling the engine and rebuilding it with my son although it runs good it does smoke a bit. I did fined some seafoam and put some in the crank and the gas tank, that stuff really works. I was pleasantly surprised so much so I put another can in my Jeep. I thought this stuff would be like the other additives that you buy a lot of hype. But it works! It realy works :{_}:

Another good suggestion from this forum :!: And the hits keep on commin :D
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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby gitractorman » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:37 am

Very nice looking 154. I love those tractors, and spent MANY hours on one at my grandfather's place moing his 4-acres.

That grill surround is really not too bad, and looks like it is 99% complete. Yours is really in pretty good shape compared to most. I would strongly consider buying a fiberglass repair kit and doing he work yourself. The aftermarket grill surrounds, if you can find one, are running anywhere from $250 on up. You may even be able to just use Bondo on yours, since it is so complete. Bondo and fiberglass window screen works pretty good.

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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby Jersey_cub » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:52 am

Bill:

You know my wife suggested the same thing using a fiberglass repair kit, and I have just been to lazy to do just that :oops: But after you telling me the cost of an aftermarket one. Ill do the repair.

My son and I plan on doing the engine this fall so Ill just repair the front surround then. Thanks for the kind comments, I love that tractor too it has done a lot of work for me, and lord only knows how much it did before I owned it. As far as I'm concerned the 154 is a heck of a workhorse :-:-):
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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby 56cub » Tue May 19, 2009 3:30 pm

Looks good!
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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby JayIH » Wed May 20, 2009 9:10 pm

Love those pictures of the 154, same tires as I have!
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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby Bigdog » Thu May 21, 2009 6:43 am

Joe - I was looking at your pictures in the photohost. Fantastic!
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Re: A few more pics of my 154

Postby dakcub » Fri May 22, 2009 5:23 am

Jersey_cub wrote:Thanks fellas. The 154 needs some front end body work as you can see and some new paint which I did purchase from TSC as you suggested Bigbill. Ive been wondering if I could find a new glass front grill, are they available?

This fall I plan on pulling the engine and rebuilding it with my son although it runs good it does smoke a bit. I did fined some seafoam and put some in the crank and the gas tank, that stuff really works. I was pleasantly surprised so much so I put another can in my Jeep. I thought this stuff would be like the other additives that you buy a lot of hype. But it works! It realy works :{_}:

Another good suggestion from this forum :!: And the hits keep on commin :D


I totally aggree with the seafoam comment...it works real good for two strokes..put some in my 83 honda express this weekend and picked up 4 mph after it cleaned out the carbon.....my son was having fun running around the block.....good times.....good product
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