Got the windshield washer working on the TT today:
Then she washed the side windows, and wiped down a good bit of the cab.
Good to start them young. Looks to be great help. Zack, can you take some pics of inside construction of your cab? If no trouble I would like pics of everything.trying to rebuild mine and not much to work with on the floor and how its attatched to frame. I think she deserves a ride for all that work.
This is one of my four girls they are all pretty good helpers. My oldest helped me put in an engine a few years ago, she knew numbers but not fractions so she would climb the step ladder to the tool box and get the wrench with a 9 and 16 on it or 5 and 8!
Yes Dallas, I can get pictures. I saw your post last night before bed but didn't even think about it today. I believe mine is a Mifflinburg body, though I have little to substantiate that other than some images found in searches and here on the forum.
It's pretty darn nice when the youngsters can see those things as being fun.
Should have her do it yesterday when it was twice as warm. I think winter came back in today.
Glad to see you making progress and braving some chill out there. Are you in the garage or the shed out back?
Rich, i allways make daddy bring the T T doodle dog to my birethday parties
(that was my first grader typing)
Yeah Chad, this was yesterday in the warm weather. The rain started and the other two went inside, Rachel came in to see if she could help me on the TT. I figured she would have fun with some Windex and paper towels.
This is the last bay of the garage, where the Bronco was. I realized with the kids I am unlikely to have the mud truck going anytime soon. It should likely be put up for sale, sad though lots of good parts that will sell for too little.
You going to have your truck on the road this summer? I'm not saying it is going to happen, but it would be sad if I had a T on the road before you.
When the windows on my school bus get condensation on the inside the kids lick it off or draw on it I told them I have to clean the windows. Didn't do any good they just kept doing it. One day I told them I have to go get the toilet brush and wash the windows and I don't like to take time to do that. That stopped the licking the windows.
That's fantastic Eugene, I love telling kids things like that, this morning Rachel came in crying after she realized that she had cut her finger. funny thing was it must have been a while, the blood had already all dried. I took a good look and told her to get some scissors, I was pretty sure the finger couldn't be saved.