I started looking at my re2000 and discovered the wiring was badly mouse chewed. I was looking for an excuse to part it and that was it. Aside from the regular transaxle, engine, kind of stuff what else is worth keeping around. I'm thinking the bin of bolts, because I always keep the bolts from anything I take apart. But what about the linkages. There were several that were the round stock with the threaded hole and a little pin with a hole drilled through it. I figure those would be good for making my own linkages.
What ever I don't keep is going in on the next load of scrap.
McHandyMan Casual Member
Age : 26 Join date : 2011-12-09 Points : 4455 Posts : 60 Location : canada
Those linkages can come in handy. When I strip out a tractor the frame & sheet metal are about all that go to scrap. Engines, transaxles, good tires, deck mandrels, usable linkages & idler pulleys.... I hang onto all those things to resell or reuse.