What inspires you to work on a "stalled" project?

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  1. codeman

    codeman Farmall Cub

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    08E5C6A1-2F12-4EBA-8B09-E1AD1476F8A0.jpeg 29B67B3B-0282-49F1-8C25-5B4776AF7993.jpeg I’m right there with you! Stalled, seems like forever. Good advice and suggestions here. Seems like I always have something more pressing. But- getting something done, even minor, is enjoyable.
     
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    Sozzy Farmall Cub

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    I recently took a trip to Moab and Ouray, CO. Seeing all the cool rigs made me really want to get the traveler done... So I can go back with it!
     
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    I try to start again on something small and easy, then, hopefully work my way up.
     
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    Man, your setup and organization is top notch!
     
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    codeman Farmall Cub

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    Thanks! I have to have as much as possible mobile because i still do quite a bit of woodwork. That's one of the reasons i keep getting distracted form the Scout. But - that's how I'm financing the build. I have too much money invested in tools and equipment not to make them productive. There aren't many people doing quality woodworking around here anymore so I'll take what i can get.
    I have nibbled at things when I've had some time. I just need more time!!!! I have set up the suspension, completed the SOA, reverse shackle, new spring perches, Alcan springs and the frame is ready for final paint. I scaled it out to set driveline angles and get other measurements. I'm happy with where i am so far. tub on scales.jpg weigh in.jpg weigh in.jpg It's that time thing...……….
     
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