Good to hear everything went well. Will continue to keep you in my prayers. Follow the Doctors recommendation, he knows best. Rest and PT is a long road to recovery but ultimately it will pay off. Keep us posted.
Thanks for the lead. I ordered the part. No hardware stores local to me. I’m in a rural area of South Carolina, everything is 30 miles/minutes away. Moreover, I just had knee surgery Friday, not ambulatory as yet. NP, part is in the mail!
Greetings Cub mates. New member looking to source parts for my 169, the aluminum front PTO actuator rod turnbuckle threads are stripped on the handle side. Previous owner drilled and pinned the threaded rod to make make it work. Looked on line but no success. I included a photo of the errant...
I will include you in my evening prayers. You should pray for the surgeon first then begin a prayer for yourself as you go under anesthesia in the OR. I know it sounds out of sync but God put him/her in your path for a reason. God bless you and your family.
My pseudo recovery was more post anesthesia euphoria than anything else. Today is a bad day, lots of pain, meds help. But apparently, yellow and white fever is incurable. I’ll muster the energy to post on the main forum as you suggested. Might as well be productive. The only issue is...
Hydraulic lift operates well. Previous owner inserted a nail to replace missing pin that connects the handle to valve actuator rod way back in the console. It was almost impossible to get a roll pin installed. That pin has worked it’s way out twice. My fear is that I’ll have to...
Thank you all for the warm welcome. I’m frantically assembling photos in areas of interest for feedback and prepping for surgery tomorrow Cubbie first (priorities priorities). May not get to them today but will try in between painkillers Post surgery.
Thanks brother. It was a gift from a Rail Road retiree. He had it since new in 1974. Used it on his Gentlemans Farm in upstate NY. It didn’t run when I got it, I had the engine rebuilt, it had a broken cam shaft, bores had good cross hatch no wear, pistons were good valve guides and seats were...
New member here and proud owner of a Cub Cadet 169. Don’t know if there are many 169 owners out there but eager to learn and chat. I moved to South Carolina from Dutchess County NY in 2019. Retired from Metro North Rail Road after 37+ years as a Director in the Mechanical Department. I attached...