ask yesterday if i could bring little Fergy in and have the rear tire repaired, its been leaking fluid for a while (stuck a stob in the tire a few years ago and it had to be repaired, started leaking again.
All was good, bring it anytime, so i loaded up little Fergy this morning and off we go,
as i pulled up to the Coop garage door area i know something was not right, as there was a 18 wheeler lowboy backed into the tire repair area.
It's getting all new tires on a 102 degree day.
So unloaded little fergy and parked him in a slot right by the front door, (so they could keep a good watch on him today), gave them the key to place in the bag with the workorder.
called back at lunch to see how things are going and remind them to turn on the gas when they move little fergy and be sure to turn off the gas when they park him or he might potty gas all over there nice shop area. (He has done that before).
was told that they were not getting along so well on the lowboy and it might be tomorrow before they could get to little fergy.
I ask them if they would move him into the shop area and not leave him outside at night, (not the best of neighborhoods). was told they would, should have ask my friend who lives in that town to drive by their garage and see if they did pull little fergy into the shop.
so will call back in the morning and see how things when, hope i do not need a new rim. was told even this new type fluid can cause the old rims to rust, but not as bad as the old fluid.
its been a very long time since little Fergy was not safely parked in his spot in the old tractor shed at night.
Guess when they have been around the farm for over 50 years you do get attached.
1957 model TO-35