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    Cub Cadet 122 Headlights and housing

    Ok Lew - thanks for letting me know. So just how the heck do we know when one is an original Grote?
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    Ohio seat

    Steve - I just don't get how paint can stay on a vinyl seat and go thru various stretching movements, and then return to it's normal shape without the paint showing cracking, zippers, or other changes. I'd like to see it on your steering wheel of your GS 455. Include some other pics so we can...
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    Cub Cadet 122 Headlights and housing

    Mike - HEY!!!! Now I see the extra hole in the rubber grommet itself. Is that part of what makes it an original Grote light?
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    Parts Wanted ISO CubCadet 1050 side panels.

    Glad you guys are getting this worked out.
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    Wheel weights

    And Robert - you need to stop rubbing your tires up against sidewalk edges and curbs. I see the cuts in the outside of the treads.
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    Ohio seat

    Steve - WHAT THE ?????? Are you planning on sittin' on that seat or is it just for show??? (hahaha, never heard of Chromabase vinyl paint).
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    Cub Cadet 122 Headlights and housing

    Lew - yup, that's the little rubber thingy (grommet) that I don't think Steve probably has on his. Where is the extra hole for the brake light wire (not used in the IHCC application)? I see what looks like a couple little push plugs on the side of the housing but those don't seem right for a...
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    Wheel weights

    Robert - boy that shinny smooth lead sure looks nice. Now, I "generally" agree with Lew that it's very likely you'll probably have to tighten the bolts regularly. As I mentioned previously I mounted my lead weights (about 50# each) on the inside of some flat style cast iron Simplicity...
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    What'll I do now!

    Mike - hmm, tranny problems are really really rare on these units. Maybe you have a broken roll pin (spirol) on that collar at the back. Those buggers can look like they are intact but are sometimes broke/cracked right thru. Could be what's allowing the driveshaft to slide.
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    Parts Wanted ISO CubCadet 1050 side panels.

    Mike and Henry - somehow you guys got confused here. This thread started out with Matt posting that he needs side panels for his model 1050. These panels are the same as the panels used on the 82 series. Matt also posted that he has a pair of Quiet Line side panels that he will sell. Mike -...
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    Cub Cadet 122 Headlights and housing

    Lew - hey I already said in an earlier post that he got a heck of a deal on the lights, especially the tail light. I know it's not an original Grote. Best I can tell from the pic, the housing doesn't have the black rubber part where the wire goes thru. I really don't have the ole eagle eye...
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    Cub Cadet 122 Headlights and housing

    Lew - are you referring to me when you say "HH"??? You mean the Grote tail light lens? I probably have just a shaky thumb on that one. Going that far back in time really isn't my forte. :fencing:
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    149 Tiller installation

    Kraig and Matt - ok, so for the Model 2B or not 2B, I think it should be on the list but with an asterisk*. I'm quite certain there are some Model 2B* units out there that already have the drive pulley switched over to the narrower 3/8" belt pulley. Ben would have to look at the drive pulley...
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    Wheel weights

    Robert - well, I think I'd start over and recast them. I'd make them smaller so you can get them against the smaller inner ring part of the wheel (as I did mine) which is about 8" diameter BUT definitely measure it first :cubwinker:
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    149 Tiller installation

    Hey Kraig - Oh Great One Keeper of the Photos: What about the "No. 2B" Tiller???
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