I might not have the greenest thumbs, but they are getting there.
I do like a green lawn. And it should consist mostly of grass. Not moss or dirt and rocks. That latter was a problem near the entrance to the house, not much growing there at all. So today I did a little work there.
I recently replaced the front right caliper on the 240 as it had a broken bleeder nipple. It was leaking brake fluid, so it was due for a change.
I didn’t have anyone else around here to apply the brake pedal for me to help with the bleeding, so I have acquired a tool that runs on compressed air that sucks the fluid out. Then it is easy to do the brakes yourself. Just be sure to check the level of the brake fluid so it does not go empty.
Went for a test drive afterwards, brakes felt good now. Was a bit more squishy before the change.
I am a little bit of a tech-freak, and as I also work in IT, I have become accustomed to using rack cabinets for containing all the techy equipment I’ve got to run in the house. It is practical and keeps everything quite tidy.
After acquiring a few pieces of what I needed, I had to make an actual rack to house the equipment.