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    Archive through November 21, 2014

    If you get your chains tight enough you won't need straps. I jack my cub up, let all the air out of the tire, put the chain on tight, then re inflate the tire. No bungees or binders required.
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    Archive through November 03, 2014

    Josh Dad still has his 125. The tiller is now at my house, as I use it more than Dad does. Dad just uses the 125 for mowing and really nothing else. He also has a CCC (Red) International 782 that he got about 15 years ago.
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    Archive through October 31, 2014

    Joshua really nice plowing pics. I also enjoy sharing my IH/Cub related stuff with friends & family. Dad showed us how you can pop wheelies with a 125 that has a tiller on the rear back when I was a kid.
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    Archive through October 31, 2014

    Rodney 147s are great. The e lift is the biggest concern IMO. It's not a huge deal as they can be swapped out for a manual lift. Someone did that to mine before I bought it and it works great.
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    Archive through October 03, 2014

    David S Never seen the custom made bracket for your snow blade before. The 3 unused holes are for an optional hydraulic angling attachment.
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    Archive through August 13, 2014

    Yeah but at the end of the day a plow day is still a plow day, straight furrows or not. It's hard to think of a better way to spend a day.
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    Archive through August 13, 2014

    Kraig A follow up on your pics- you've got your O set up exactly how when I get one I want to set it up. Fenders, yellow weights, rear AGS and front tri ribs. I can't stand going to a plow day and having to try to follow the guy in front of me that doesn't know how to plow straight...
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    Archive through August 13, 2014

    Kraig That is a sweet pic. Looks like the O does a great job (and the driver does a great job maintaining straight furrows).
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    Archive through July 23, 2014

    Shultzie- you really want to start that war?
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    Archive through July 13, 2014

    I like all IH cub cadets too, but I've never really liked the red ones. It's all good; we all have our favorites.
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    Archive through July 10, 2014

    Vincent Those rears would look great on my 147.
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    Archive through July 02, 2014

    Thanks... can you link me to it/one? Much appreciated.
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    Archive through July 02, 2014

    I've got a K321 on my 147 that's hesitant to throttle up. By that I mean when I let it run about 1/4 throttle and hit the linkage on the top of the carb it pauses for a second then throttles up. Is this normal, or could it be getting too much air some how? The shaft going into the carb has...
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    Archive through July 02, 2014

    Tried ordering a Nelson muffler for my 147...same one that's made for MTD but at $55 instead of $80....on back order from Nelson until mid August.
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    Archive through June 14, 2014

    The brinly adapter will not work with the tiller mount attached. If you want to use the rear blade sleeve hitch adapter you have to remove the tiller mount. Plus the top pin for the tiller is different than for the sleeve hitch adapter.
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    Archive through June 04, 2014

    I also wear hearing protection when using my CC. People try and ask me something when I'm using it and I'm like "HUH?" cuz I use the in the ear plugs. I used to use dad's 125 w/o when I was younger and I remember my ears stinging after I was done mowing. Ear protection is a must IMO.
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    Archive through May 29, 2014

    It looks like a safety switch starter strip too; you need it to start your 105. Normally you depress the brake pedal, the tab (that fell off) would depress a switch, and it'll start. When the tab falls off, the switch cannot be depressed, and she won't start. There are ways of going around...
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    Archive through May 26, 2014

    Nice original mowing. I can't wait till I get one.
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    Archive through May 24, 2014

    John B that's an amazing picture. It's what I think of when I picture what america is all about.
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    Archive through May 18, 2014

    Leaking oil from the drain plug on the 147. Is it safe to assume that the o ring around the plug threads is bad? Obviously I've tightened the plug as tight as I'm comfortable tightening it (somewhere between "snug" and "red faced grunt")
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