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Max Hook

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I recently acquired a yellow and white model 682. I was expecting a 1710 as I didn’t think they made white 682s. My grandpa, a former IH dealer owner and operator, thought it may be a dealer only model, anyone else hear of this? If so, would it have the regular Kohler 17 horse twin cylinder or an Onan. It had an Onan in it when I got it, and I was hoping to be sure it wasn’t original before I sold it. Thanks.
 

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Should have had the KT17 Series 1 in it originally.

It is an early MTD produced 1982 682 built in Brownsville TN with serial 702003. When MTD took over from IH, the serial numbers began at 700000. Should have the iron rear. It has the body colored lift handle and dash tower.
 
Yellow & cream GTs in the 82 series are not uncommon. I’ve seen several up for sale just around KC.
1811 might know more… ???
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Should have had the KT17 Series 1 in it originally.

It is an early MTD produced 1982 682 built in Brownsville TN with serial 702003. When MTD took over from IH, the serial numbers began at 700000. Should have the iron rear. It has the body colored lift handle and dash tower.
Thanks, so not dealer edition? What would a dealer edition look like?
 
MTD made yellow and white 82 series tractors for independent Cub Cadet dealerships and red ones for IH dealerships at the same time after IH ended production until IH ceased to exist in 1985. They are the same tractor with different color paint. Yours is an early one that still has leftover IH production parts in it.
 
The Series 1 had a low pressure oiling system without a cross drilled crank, and for units that were used on inclines, that meant lack of oiling and early demise. The Series 2 fixed that problem, and then most of the Magnums added a spin on oil filter.
 
looks just like the dash on my dad's red 782. Will try to get a picture later.
The main detail is if the dash face has "INTERNATIONAL CUB CADET" casted on it. The early MTD units had these since they were using up IH parts stock.
 
The main detail is if the dash face has "INTERNATIONAL CUB CADET" casted on it. The early MTD units had these since they were using up IH parts stock.
I will look. Are the ones with those dashes rare?

So that didn't have a magnum stock? That explains why our 782 has a good engine, its got a magnum 17.
 
The MTD units with the IH dashes are not what is considered "rare", but it is an interesting note.

Magnums started in 1986, and can easily be identified by the lack of an external ignition coil.
 
The MTD units with the IH dashes are not what is considered "rare", but it is an interesting note.

Magnums started in 1986, and can easily be identified by the lack of an external ignition coil.
Just looked and sadly does not have the IH dash. Thanks for all your help!

Also, just looking at that picture, I see that the right gauge is a tachometer with your meter. Was that stock?
 

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That is a Borg maintenance minder. This was another part that was carried over from IH production. They can be hard to read, so most have been swapped for the improved later Cub Cadet hour meters, which are easier to read.
 
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