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Tractor For Sale 1572 Diesel Cub Cadet SGT

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Sep 16, 2006
I've been sitting on this for a couple of years now. Let me tell you a little story about how I got to the point of selling this. This was once my favorite tractor to mow with. When I bought this about 6 years ago it seemed to run fine except it had a bad leak in the transmission. I fixed that but it still needed adjusted a bit so I didn't really let anyone else mow with it until I got it fixed. Well I never did get it adjusted. I also knew that it was an older tractor that has never been rebuilt so I always never ran it at full throttle. A couple of years ago my step son moved back in with us to try to get him back on his feet again. He was struggling finding a job he could keep. One day while I was at work he decided to do me a “favor” and mow the back lane (which I always mow with my big International Cub with a "bush hog" belly mower) instead of finding a job. He couldn't get that started so he decided to use the diesel. He never said a word to me, but when I went to mow with it a few days later it turned over about half way and made a "clunk" noise. I'm guessing he over revved it up too high so he could watch the cool black smoke poor out the stack and threw a rod. Limped it back to the barn and parked it for me to find. So here's what we got.

***Wheel weights are not included***

-The 60" Haban mower deck was totally rebuilt. (taken apart sand blasted, all new bearings and painted) see pics

-fairly new 26X12X12 Tru-Power ag tires.

-Fairly new front ribbed tires

-3 point Cat. O hitch

-rear PTO

-Power steering

The mower deck has only been used about two seasons. Nice solid deck. It does have a few large pit marks from bad surface rust when I got it. It is still a very solid deck. Good seat, rear fenders are bent a little. I considered rebuilding the engine or getting another one, but I decided I don’t want to be a diesel mechanic. I’ll stick to my single cylinder K-series Kolhers. LOL $1,900.00 (will consider other options)






Definitely looks better than a SCC, that is in my area for sale. I would like to have a SCC, but need another project like I need a hole in the head.

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