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And on this episode of "where quarantine lead me today"
Clearly this guy isn’t a father because he isn’t grunting or mumbling “sh*t” while doing this
This video is ASMR AF. No commentary, just the sound of ratchets, metal parts being assembled/disassembled, and nature. Mmmmm...
When I was a kid back in the early 60's my neighbors had a yellow Lawnboy mower, 2 cycle with an aluminum deck. They moved, and back in the year 2000 they still had it and sold it at a consignment auction. Naturally, I bought it and after cleaning the carb a few times over the past 20 years that I have had it, and a little cleaning and bolt tightening now and then, she still runs to this day - ALL original parts!
Any sane and adequate person: spends 90 minutes on a decent movie
Why did I just spend over an hour watching this guy fix a lawnmower when I don’t even have a yard lol
Wife: hey can you mow the lawn, it’s getting really overgrown?
Seeing all the tools this guy has, I bet he carbon dated the grass remains to establish when this thing was built.
I love how the piston just rolled over dead when the caption came up that it needed replaced. R.I.P. Piston and Rod you’ve earned your rest.
This is practically a lecture course on general restorations, using a rare 60-year old mower as an example restoration project. Awesome!
Anyone else get this in their recommended?
There was a time when things were made with such nice engineering care, no wondering why it can be repaired after so many years...and still ready for more years to come. Great video.
I got halfway through this video before realizing I wasnt watching Hand Tool Rescue.
That restoration reminds me of my grandfather's machines that he used throughout the 1940s-1970s. I suppose he rebuilt them a few times. He was an orphan from age 9, ran away from the orphanage at 10 and raised himself pretty much by living off the land up in the Dakotas, sleeping in sheds and barns. Learned to cook and make do and never ever lost an opportunity to learn. He was a self taught math (and mechanical) genius and his Spencerian script hand writing was a thing of beauty.
The only thing left is a couple of bicycle hand grips.
Me: Thats a cool pice of old equipment, i wonder where he got it?
I can’t believe I watched the whole thing! It was totally worth it.
That's all well and good but someone could put their hands of feet under it where the blades are because there is no sticker explaining to them what a bad idea that would be.
No music. No talking. Straight to the action.