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  1. J

    Archive through September 12, 2009

    I am new to the cub club. just purchased a 149. It is really in pretty good shape. i have a couple of questions about it though that I have not been able to find answers for yet. First of all the pulleys on the mule drive need replacement and everywhere I have checked online,ie the links above I...
  2. J

    Archive through October 21, 2004

    Tedd, "A Corporate Tragedy" will be of great help. There are alot of pages in that book that are devoted to Cyrus McCormick, a brief biography, including his invention of the reaper. Then it leads into how the company started, the merger of the 5 other companies that made IH. Like Matt said...
  3. J

    Archive through October 21, 2004

    Not sure if it matters much, but it is Friday today in Japan, and the forcast here is SUNNY and cool. <font size="-2">Maybe I should just keep my mouth shut</font>
  4. J

    Archive through October 14, 2004

    My favorite all around work tractor. Do I even need to say it? I would say that once I get my 169, <font size="+2">maybe</font> the 169 will be my favorite all around work tractor. BTW, did I say <font size="+2">maybe</font> clear enough? (Message edited by jrichardson on October 16, 2004)
  5. J

    Archive through October 10, 2004

    Apostle, Let me guess... <font size="+2">It's not for sale!</font> Don't blame you either. That is Awesome. Seems that the low S/Ns are showing up like crazy lately!
  6. J

    Archive through October 10, 2004

    Funny discussion on the oil. Not too much related to Cubs, but on the P3 there is the oil reservoir for the APU and sometimes I had to look several times to make sure there was oil in it cause it was so clean. Always a good sign. Then there is my 123 that right after start up, it goes...
  7. J

    Archive through October 07, 2004

    Tim C. you can get that clip from Madsons. Just go to the top of the page and you will see boxes that will hook you up with all you need. They only run a few dollars.
  8. J

    Archive through October 05, 2004

    Charlie, that filter reminds me of a guy's chain saw that he bought off Ebay. He gave it a once over, and he started it and shortly after that it dies. He looks into it a tad bit more and the rotted paper in the air filter fell apart and the pieces got into the Carburator and filled all the...
  9. J

    Archive through October 05, 2004

    I talked to my wife today and she said that a Brown truck stopped by. That means that I got my newly requistioned parts for my Original. Now my Original can do this.
  10. J

    Archive through September 27, 2004

    Good reading! Thanks Bryan for getting the permission to post that article.
  11. J

    Archive through September 21, 2004

    Tom R. I totally agree with everyone else on the wire assy. We put one in a 125, the new harness saved a lot of time and effort. It is the way to go.
  12. J

    Archive through September 21, 2004

    Owen, another member here Doug Barnett, had the same thing happen to his 106. Not only did his carrier crap out, but he also has a problem with the clutch not standing up to the hard usage. He has a whole lot of weight as well as fluid filled tires and AGs. He also upgraded his 106's front...
  13. J

    Archive through September 17, 2004

    Art, no problem! Great minds think alike.
  14. J

    Archive through September 17, 2004

    Art, that is a sweet collection of 7hp. AWESOME! If you start on the 10hp, then you will want to get all the 12's. After all those, the thought, "well I might as well go to the 14hp too!" After all those, you might as well get the last two 16hp!!! So then you will end up with all 31 models...
  15. J

    Archive through September 17, 2004

    Bob, well depending on what source, the $27.50 may have been an even better deal for you. Good find though Bob!!
  16. J

    Archive through September 08, 2004

    Thanks Charlie. That answers it.
  17. J

    Archive through September 08, 2004

    As far as the BB36s go, how are they engaged? The timed 38" decks have the lever to engage them, I didn't see a lever or a actuating device on the BB36.
  18. J

    Archive through August 30, 2004

    Hey Art, You know if you wanted to see if the Original is shorter than a narrow frame you have several. FWIW, it seems to me that the Original is a wee bit shorter. When I pull my Originals into the garage, it seems that the 122/123 is just a little longer. But then again, I have a case of...
  19. J

    Archive through August 30, 2004

    Kraig, I think that you love the 125 as much as I love the Originals. I haven't said that in a L-O-N-G time.
  20. J

    Archive through August 30, 2004

    Gary S. To expand a wee bit on what Bryan said, the carbs on the older Cub Cadets have no accelerator pump, so when someone jams the throttle from low to high speed, there is a lack of fuel to feed the engine which results in a lean condition and causes the engine to have a lack of power until...
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