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kmcconaughey

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B&B, please forgive me, for in a moment of weakness I have sinned. I posted the first Cub Cadet.......
 

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Shame on you Kraig!
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I just bought a Cub 1015 with 38" mower deck. Can someone tell me how to put the deck on or send me some pictures about the mounts. It is not obvious from looking under the tractor about how to mount the deck, so now I am wondering if something is missing.
 

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Looks like Bryan has something to take his attention away from us!
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Seth,
I found this on the internet doing a Google search.

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Bryan D. McMeen, Keeper of the Holy Hy-Tran
On Gators...

Since I had to work last weekend, I haven't been out to cut the grass in a couple weeks.

Both neighbors cut their grass with their Crapsman and Murray, leaving BIG clumps all over their yards.

Julie went out last night and cut the grass and the 50A with Gators left NO clumps - nice to know we can let the grass go an extra inch an STILL have it look better than either neighbor...
 

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I haven't cut my grass yet this year!
 

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Chip, first of all the 1015 is a lawn tractor not an <FONT COLOR="ff0000">I</FONT><FONT COLOR="000000">H</FONT> garden tractor so it's off topic here. Second, I believe it's a 32" deck that goes on the 1015. Third, because I'm a nice guy, (under edit:IMHO), I'll be sending you some drawings of the deck assembly via email.

How's that Mr. Ist? :eek:p

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Last Saturday, after sharpening the blades and giving the deck spindles a good greasing, I cut a portion of my lawn. Not because it needed mowing but because I needed an excuse to drive the 125. :eek:)
 

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OK Art,

Where can I find the rear tires on that 71???? I could realy, realy use a set or two of those.
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Friggen, fraggen.....

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Nice guy?..
 

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Scott Tanner... Might have to put chains on...
while yer "a-jaw'n" about gators, is there a 42" CI deck option yet? on the horizon? from KENtucky Ken?
 
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Good evening everyone . Can any one tell me if there are any other differences between a 104 and a 124, or are they the same only one was a 10 horse and one a 12. My engine is black so I'am sure it's a replacment . when I start to redo it this winter I would like to know what model to make it or will that be up to me . If I read the registry right it was made in 1968.
 
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