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    Hello All

    Hi everyone, I just finished my post on the main forum about my Cub purchases. I decided not to go into too much personal detail there, feeling here would be more appropriate to explain my lack of activity on the site. First and foremost, I decided to purchase a piece of property a few years...
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    Hello Again All/Cub Cadet 86 Throttle Linkage Setup

    Hello Again All, It has been quite some time since I last posted to the site. I am very sorry about all of this. Many things in life sort of took precedence over my Cubs, so I have not been as active here as I need to be. Perhaps I will make a new thread in The Sandbox so I can catch up with...
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    Cub Tiller and gearbox with all linkage

    That is fine; how much would you want for the tractor/tiller combo? Based on your pictures, that little cub looked like it needed some lovin'. I am still interested in everything, just let me know. Thanks.
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    Cub Tiller and gearbox with all linkage

    Hey Thomas, do you still have this setup? I know its been a few months, was just wondering if you still had the tiller, and if you would be interested in selling the tractor with the tiller also? Let me know, thanks!
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    My First Cub Cadet

    Welcome to the forum Dan. You are going to love that 104. These little tractors are some of the hardest working machines I have ever worked on. I mow weekly with a 108. If you take care of her, she will take care of you. Also, if you get stuck, use the forum! There is such a wealth of...
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    Sears Suburban 10

    Thanks Kraig. Been a long time since we last spoke. Hope you and yours are staying safe during this pandemic :) Today, I got the transmission oil changed. Boy that was a chore. Afterwards, I took it out for a spin. I'm not sure how much longer that old Briggs has; she is smoking quite a bit. I...
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    Sears Suburban 10

    Greetings to everyone! It has been some time since I posted on the forum. I do apologize for this. Life has been kind of up and down these past few years, so I needed to kind of step away and re evaluate things. While I continue to do this, I decided to keep my mind occupied with a project- one...
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    Archive through July 04, 2016

    Happy Fourth Everyone! Sorry, but no Cub pics for me- it's been raining most of the day here- as if we need some more rain. West Virginia got hit really hard with flooding. Clendenin, which isn't very far away from me, was basically destroyed. We were fortunate, only losing power for 3...
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    Don T.

    This is sad news. Sending my condolences to his family and friends.
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    Archive through June 18, 2016

    Kraig- Thanks for looking. I am going to go ahead and use the 82 series style repair, as I think that is the better fix. Jason, I also want to know how that happened. I have never seen that before
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    Archive through June 14, 2016

    Steve that is one beautiful 782D. I bet that thing has a ton of torque! Have you ever calculated how much torque it is actually producing??
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    Archive through June 14, 2016

    Thanks Steve; this fix is going to be much easier than I thought. I have read about the 169's online, and when I get even more curious I snoop through the 169 owners thread in the sandbox. I would LOVE to have one of those machines!
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    Archive through June 14, 2016

    Hi all, The 82 series fix may work well. Could someone upload a picture of how the 82 series spring attaches, the parts lookup for a 982 isn't real clear on how it is supposed to work... Jason, It appears you did the same thing Dad did when we put the blade on my 108. He just tied the...
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    Archive through June 14, 2016

    Those darn quick attach springs are next too impossible to find anymore! Charlie, do you still have any at all??? I may have come up with a work around for this. I will talk it out with Dad and see what he thinks....
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    Archive through June 13, 2016

    Charlie- (Got a little carried away with the clipart- its fun!)
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    Archive through June 13, 2016

    Hi Frank Hope your doing well. Speaking of potatoes, I had an economics professor while I was in college who was originally from Maine. He tried to explain all of the theories with POTATOES. Sometimes it made sense, other times it didn't. We put out potatoes this year in our garden. Maybe...
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    Wanted To Buy

    Hi all, Looking for a set of quick attach springs for my 108: My email is in my profile. Thank you.
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    Archive through June 11, 2016

    Thanks Jeff. Will do.
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    Archive through June 11, 2016

    Hi Adam, I would check with Charlie- he may have it. If not, you can look at other sites and try and find it. If you can't find it online, you may have to make it. My turn for a question: A few years back, I asked about a fix for my mule drive that kept sliding out of the quick attach. To...
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    Archive through June 03, 2016

    Hi John, I just put one of those small red Briggs fuel filters on my 108 today. It seems to work fine. The old filter I just replaced was exactly like it, only a cheaper version. I have run the tank plum dry before, so it seems to flow fairly well. It wouldn't be a bad option for your 1450 in...