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dchapel

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redone my cub 1512 from top to bottom. A lot of new parts bolts ,wires, doubled back frame, cast cub transmission, fine spline axels and carrier, sleeve hitch, rear hydraulics, to many parts to tell you about. I love this cub. pics to come.
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Great job!

At first, I misunderstood, and thought maybe you were done with it in a different way, and you were parting ways with it.
 

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Looks nice, but I'd lose that diamond plate trans cover...I wouldn't be surprised if you have issues with the bolts for the 3-point lower bracket loosening because it is only touching the rear cover on all of the "points" of the diamond plate instead of over a large flat area, and that diamond plate is VERY soft material. It will squish the diamonds and then the bolts will not be tight, and that may cause the bolt holes in the rearend housing to be damaged.
 

dchapel

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Looks nice, but I'd lose that diamond plate trans cover...I wouldn't be surprised if you have issues with the bolts for the 3-point lower bracket loosening because it is only touching the rear cover on all of the "points" of the diamond plate instead of over a large flat area, and that diamond plate is VERY soft material. It will squish the diamonds and then the bolts will not be tight, and that may cause the bolt holes in the rearend housing to be damaged.
the cover stops at the top of sleeve hitch
 

dchapel

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every thing that had weak spots was built to handle the motor better
 

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Great work! I can see why.
 

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redone my cub 1512 from top to bottom. A lot of new parts bolts ,wires, doubled back frame, cast cub transmission, fine spline axels and carrier, sleeve hitch, rear hydraulics, to many parts to tell you about. I love this cub. pics to come.View attachment 144495View attachment 144496View attachment 144497View attachment 144498View attachment 144498View attachment 144499View attachment 144499View attachment 144496View attachment 144497View attachment 144498View attachment 144499View attachment 144500View attachment 144497
Looking great!
 

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How do you like those rear tires? I just recently put some on my 1864 and love them
 

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