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    Parts For Sale Two mostly complete Cub Cadets

    Well come and get 'em before someone else does. LOL You're getting a really good deal.
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    Parts For Sale Two mostly complete Cub Cadets

    Hello guys. I have to reduce the price on these Cubs. I have for sale two mostly complete Cubs. They are torn down for restoring but I can tell that due to health issues I will never get to them and they are taking up much needed space. The first one is a 126 with a fully rebuilt engine that's...
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    Parts For Sale Two Cubs and lots of parts for sale

    Ok Harry but thanks for the reply. I'm confident someone will want them though and then I'll miss them. LOL
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    Parts For Sale Two Cubs and lots of parts for sale

    Hello guys. I have for sale two mostly complete Cubs. They are torn down for restoring but I can tell that due to health issues I will never get to them. The first one is a 126 with a fully rebuilt engine that's never run. The frame and many other parts have been painted and the drive shaft has...
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    New-to-me LX46 XT2

    When did Cub Cadet start making engines?
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    Motorcycles....

    Gerry, here are some more pics. This is the one I'm in the process of building now.
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    Motorcycles....

    Hi guys, I just went through the motorcycle section and thought about mine so here's what I built a couple summers ago. It's a '75 Shovelhead custom.
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Hello Jeff. Authentically the fins were painted. As a matter of fact the entire engine was assembled and then repainted and even a small area of the head was painted where it was exposed. You can see the evidence in the picture below. How many Harley shovelheads have you seen with bare fins? Of...
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Here are the last photos I have to date so now as I finish more stuff I'll take pictores and send them at once instead of so many at a time since I've finally figured out how to get them uploaded properly. Sorry for the problems. I'm going to remake this piece out of stainless because I...
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Here is the second set of the missing photos. There is no provision for sorting messages last or first that I can find so when you look at them realize these should actually be below the last set and the next set should be below the bottom ones. Now I'm confusing myself. What we really need...
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Ok guys here's some more pictures. I know there's quite a few but it was because when I uploaded the original set only the 800 x 600's went through but not the 600 x 800's because it doesn't allow anything over 600 pixels high even though it was withing the 800 x 600 range and no more than 100...
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Hello Wayne. The bearings are tapered roller bearings. That housing you see has been bored through slightly for the bearing outer race to fit down through then I bored out the ruined race seat to accept the roller race. After that the adjuster plug had to be shortened and recessed so as only to...
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Frank, the electrolysis USED TO WORK GOOD until the old Harley golf cart charger finally burned the wire coming out of the coil just inside the coil where I couldn't get to it. I'll get another less powerful one when I get started on the Camaro. I had to keep chasing the kids away that wanted to...
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Ok, Frank there won't be near as many pics this time. LOL What you're seeing is the results of two years work. Now I'll just be adding as I move from one thing to another. Dave, thanks for the tip. I think I'll remember. What'd you just say? LOL
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Thanks Dave, I had to hunt down just the right set to cover all the parameters and then still had to do some machining on the housing and the worm. The worm and the brake disks definitely gave my lathe a workout. It actually lit the metal up as it cut. I chipped several inserts but I finally got...
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    The revival of another Cub Cadet 126

    Sorry 'bout the editing part. I'm not used to dealing with scripts in the attachments. When I get the next set ready I'll remember to space them. LOL I wondered why it did that. Actually I had a few words to say about each picture but it would have taken a couple days work to do as there are 78...
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