We pressure washed the tractor before tearing it down to a motor and a frame. We steam cleaned and sorted all parts. Our tractor had been torn down to the very last bolt. The motor and head were cleaned and machined. The valve assembly was torn apart, cleaned and adjusted. All gaskets in the motor and transmission were replaced. We thoroughly went through the transmission housing and cleaned all the gunk out of the housing and worked on the differential and the clutch. We separated the frame and the motor and steering assembly and sand blasted every part of the frame and motor. Then, all parts and sheet-metal were primed and painted with two coats of paint. The tractor's re-assembly took place by using a motor lift to place the motor in and connected the driveshaft. Then, all parts of the steering assembly were put back together along with all sheet-metal accessories and fuel and oil lines. After reassembly, we placed all decals on the tractor.