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scolson

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I've got a clean,one owner "72 110 with a 10HP Kohler,46in deck and hydraulic lift.Also a "67 model 60 lawn tractor.
 

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Nope. Don't got any of those things...and if I recall correctly, this is the IH Cub Cadet Forum....

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Shawn, there are a few JD owners on this forum. My mom has a JD X585 that I get to use on a regular basis as I have to do the mowing and clearing of snow since my father passed away. It's one very nice tractor. I kind of like to think it's mine.
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Here's a photo of my father up at our cabin cutting some brush with it back in May of 2006.

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Actually Myron B. if "I" recall this is the "Off Topic Tractor" section,
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This is my first 140. It came from Proctor Vt area with a nice deck, paid 980 for it. My second 140 came from across the hill and paid 200 for it. With a tiller and deck. I know you cub guys don't like green so well, but IMHO, there are some of the best built, most versatile tractors Deere made. I do have to say I have my eye on a fenderless CCO.

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Carey, there are several guys on here that like the JD 140, is that an H3? I see it has the highly desirable style of wheel weights. Say, any idea what the SN of that Original is? It might be a fairly early one as the mower deck belt guards and brackets are white. Usually those parts are yellow.
 

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Me and my dad our restoring a 69' 110. It was my grandfathers first lawn mower. Acording to the serial number it is the first 110 built in 69'.
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Kraig,

Yep, It's an H3. I have 2 H3's. Those wheel weights are very expensive to buy if you find someone who wants to sell them, but are not as expensive and desireable as the single notch weights. I bought a 120 out of a barn with a set and like a dum bass, I let them go with the tractor when I sold it. I'm not sure about the serial of the CCO, I couldn't find it.


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Art, your last post to that thread was back on September 8th. Where's the progress photos???
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Art,

Whats that link to WFM about. That site is blocked here at work. Is it your 140 resto thread?

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Carey- Yes, it is...
<font size="-2">By the way.. I agree with Kraig, you need to figure out your Original's serial number!</font>

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Ever since "work" started again, there has been ZERO progress......hence the lack of "progress photos"...
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Carey, click HERE and/or HERE for info on where to find the S/N on an Original.
 

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I have a 316 that is waiting on a fresh Onan transplant to live again. It seems to live in harmony with the 2 782's that live here.
 

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Here's a more recent photo of my pair of 140 H-3s. I had to rearrange my garage to get my truck inside 2 nights ago before the "Big Storm" hit upstate NY, so I snapped a few new shots before I packed them in. We got a day of flurries and wet roads here in Killawog. To our east, they got blasted.

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The first tractor I ever restored was a John Deere 210. It was an FFA project and got the bug started. Sure would like to find another one. I had a 70's 110 for a while, but I traded it for my previous 782.
 

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While all the rigs around here are IH Cub Cadets my first set of wheels was a JD 318 at Mom and Dads. I like it the 345 not so much, it just isn't as stocky as the 318 but they are still nice tractors. I just wont pay the extra money for the green paint.
 

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I recently added a JD400 to my shop. Revamped a 4' catagory 1 box blade to fit the "0" 3 point. Can't see them very well in the pic but there's a T75 Pennsylvania Panzer, JD180, Cub 100, Cub 1450, Cub 982 puller, CCC 2185, CCC 3240 as well as the Sears/Panzer narrow front conversion project in the shop right now. Sometimes a fight breaks out between the different brands!
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Here's my 2 JDs.

1968 JD 110:
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2006 JD X320
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