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    New to cub cadet

    Welcome Scott, from an “ ex-buckeye”. Great site for great information. What do have in the Cub barn?
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    2072 Super Cub w/loader

    Very nice. Son-in-law does nice work. That would be a fun toy to play with.
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    I'm ready for the SNOWpocalipse!!

    Wow! That’s a “stump puller” with that drive train. Looks to be in very good condition considering its past life. Great to see that it survived and still working. Thanks for sharing!
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    Lubricating Idler Pulleys

    Scott, I also have one of those needles for a grease gun, works very well.
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    1862 BAGGER

    Sorry for the late post but, I have a 3 bag system for my 1882 with a 46” deck. Came with the tractor when I bought it used. I’ve only used it a few times for grass or leaves. I think it works pretty well, being that is does not have a blower to suck up the grass and leaves. It has a one piece...
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    Looked at this today

    Also works great under mower decks
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    WWII Farmall H

    Show quality! Followed your “adventure” for a long time, glad to see the finished product. Lots of blood, sweat and tears…congrats!
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    Hello

    Welcome Kieth, from a (fairly recent) Hoosier. Like to start my day the same way when i can. Great helpful site.
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    I'm ready for the SNOWpocalipse!!

    In the picture with the tractor sitting in the grass the bottom edge of the blade is not in the full down position. I’ve added hydraulics to operate the the blade lift and it is in a slightly raised position. I have a concrete driveway so I adjust the skid plates to keep the cutting edge 1/8” -...
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    I'm ready for the SNOWpocalipse!!

    Robert A, I like the way you painted your front blade…looks familiar. My 128 ready for some fun.
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    Several Cub Cadets

    That “blustery nasty day” must have been raining Cubs and attachments! Nice find!
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    I'm ready for the SNOWpocalipse!!

    Looks like you’re “loaded for bear” when it comes to snow removal. Usually here in central Indiana, we’re lucky if the ground gets covered. Good looking equipment…enjoy!
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    Heres a few pictures of my 107 Cadet its a 98% original tires & paint included not bad for a 1971 model

    Wow! Who ever had that really took great care of it. It looks more like 5 years old instead of 50! Great find.
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    there are a few out there yet

    Check out the seat belt too…no thank you. Saw my father in law roll his 129 on a hillside. He jumped off probably preventing some broken bones
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    New to me

    They both look pretty rough, but for that price they look like gold!
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