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  1. john.knutson

    Steering Wheel Removal

    Good to know. I will make sure to keep on top of the new ones.
  2. john.knutson

    Steering Wheel Removal

    I noticed my front wheel bearings seemed a bit loose, so I decided to take the front wheels and steering components apart. Looks like I'll have "opportunity" to remove slop outside of the main steering shaft. New bearings and Heim joints are on order.
  3. john.knutson

    Steering Wheel Removal

    That's one method I've been trying, except the bolt I have in my air hammer goes into the steering shaft so it doesn't pop out. I might try putting a bolt in like that video, worth a shot!
  4. john.knutson

    Steering Wheel Removal

    I'll check out that video, thanks for sharing! I've been alternating between the two methods on the FAQ, maybe it just takes some more patience and persistence.
  5. john.knutson

    Winter, 2019-2020

    What is the fate of that 1450 with John Deere taking over? Might we see it in the classifieds?
  6. john.knutson

    Hello from Western PA

    I got my first Cub a couple months ago and already thinking about the next one... These guys aren't kidding when they call it an addiction!
  7. john.knutson

    Quick Attachment for Rear Mounted Leaf Blower

    Turns out it is too wide for the QA up front as well. I wonder what the heck it attached to! I can email the guy via Craigslist possibly, he still had some parts for a snowthrower for sale. As far as I know a 106 is very similar to my 107 but gear drive, is that correct? Any major differences...
  8. john.knutson

    Tractor Lifts

    I've been meaning to get some taller jackstands for automotive work as well, I'll have to keep an eye on harbor freight and Craigslist.
  9. john.knutson

    Tractor Lifts

    Thanks for posting this, I've been wondering the same! I would love a lifting table/platform but need to wait for the right deal on one. I have a winch on my Jeep, as well as a 500lb drill winch and 1 ton chain hoist, but none of those really keep me from laying on the ground from time to time...
  10. john.knutson

    Quick Attachment for Rear Mounted Leaf Blower

    This is what I was hoping for, but the width of the narrow end is exactly that of the lower mount brackets, so it won't fit "between". I think the rods are thicker than the holes on the lower mount as well. It might fit on the front Quick Attach, I am going to check into that further next time...
  11. john.knutson

    Quick Attachment for Rear Mounted Leaf Blower

    I'll check to see if it might fit on the front of my 107, perhaps he meant front-mount leaf blower which I have seen videos of.
  12. john.knutson

    Steering Wheel Removal

    I sure am! Each time I am out in the garage I try to hit it with PB and give it 5 minutes of effort. I had seen a similar method earlier and have been thinking that might be my next route. I think I have some hardwood scrap in the garage.
  13. john.knutson

    Steering Wheel Removal

    I am really struggling with removal of my 107's steering wheel. I have tried both methods in Cub Cadet FAQ without any sign of progress. I am using PB Blaster, thinking I will try Kano Kroil next (not trying to start a war!). Any tips folks have to offer? I have been hitting it with the...
  14. john.knutson

    Quick Attachment for Rear Mounted Leaf Blower

    Picked this and a couple misc parts up off Craigslist today. I can't find anything online or on ccmanuals.info about this specific attachment, is anyone here familiar with this? The Gentleman I bought it from said he had a 106, and I plan to use it as a base for a rear mounted 5 gallon bucket...
  15. john.knutson

    Winter, 2019-2020

    The 1620 mailbox numbers on the hood and lack of details about the rebuilt motor had me a bit leary.
  16. john.knutson

    Winter, 2019-2020

    ha! Storage definitely becoming a problem here. We decided to hold off on moving to a bigger house for the winter. My wife and I had to talk ourselves out of buying a second cub that I found on Craigslist, it would have to sit on a trailer at a storage lot anyway unfortunately. It seemed like a...
  17. john.knutson

    Winter, 2019-2020

    Very cool. I had heard of some models having some form of aux hydraulics, maybe that is what I will look out for once space allows for a second machine...
  18. john.knutson

    Winter, 2019-2020

    I have a black (Rust-Oleum rattle can special) Allis Chalmers WC to thank for my "appreciation" of what a tractor is and can do. My step father in law used it to develop his 30 acres of raw iron range land. I don't get too hung up on color, though I can surely appreciate and admire the time and...
  19. john.knutson

    Winter, 2019-2020

    Post it anyway!
  20. john.knutson

    Winter, 2019-2020

    Here's my setup: I have a tiny lot in a first ring suburb of Minneapolis, but my paver driveway is a decent size. I also tend to clear the driveway of the elderly neighbor lady across the alley. The Toro snowblower was free from a friend, needing a belt, carb cleaning, and some misc nuts and...


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