I'm an idiot. Most of the time. And when it comes to fixing things there are somethings that I can fix with no issues and then there are somethings that I just cant figure out. Sometimes it takes me a while to learn and I get frustrated and irritated and mad. Throw stuff, break things, hit things, kick too. But this weekend much to my surprise, things went a little bit different.
But anyways. I got the parts I needed on my own and then went home to begin my first ever riding mower service experience. Besides the fact that it took me and a super huge pair of pliers to get the oil filter off, I did. I replaced the air filter (easy), I drained the old oil (easy), drained the old gas (easy) and then I changed the fuel filter (easy). I put the new oil filter back on and thought to myself that this was way too easy. Yep it was. I took the oil filter back off, because I forgot to put oil inside of the actual filter. Color me a dummy. So I filled the new oil filter up, let it soak the oil up, added a little bit more and then reapplied the new filter. I then put some oil in the whatever its called, you know where the dipstick goes. Thought I was all done. Nope. Forgot about the.....
Flat tubeless tire on the front of the mower. No problem, I have a jump box. I hooked it up and started blowing the tire up and let it go for a nice bit. Problem. The tire is not holding air. Its a tubeless tire when means all that has to be done is fit tire around rim and blow up. Wasn't working. Guess I will have to get a new tire this week and try that before I can test out the handy work of my newly serviced riding lawn mower.
After I get my mower tire fixed and its ready to go, I will be blasting Kenny Chesney's "She Thinks My Tractors Sexy" as T watches out the window and I mow the grass looking like the super fine stud that I am.
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