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I am trying to obtain an Operator and Service Manuals for a Model 1100 tractor. If you have an Operator's manual and/or Service manual that you can provide, please let me know.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Doug
 

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Dear Sir,

Thank you very much for the link to the Cub Manuals. However, I did not see the manual for the 1100 tractor.
 

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Charlie, the 1100 is the odd Cub Cadet garden tractor. (Or is it almost a garden tractor?) It has the peerless transmission and is not covered in the manual that you linked. I don't think we ever got a service manual for it in the archives. I did get a brochure for it and that's about it.

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Charlie, the 1100 is the odd Cub Cadet garden tractor. (Or is it almost a garden tractor?) It has the peerless transmission and is not covered in the manual that you linked. I don't think we ever got a service manual for it in the archives. I did get a brochure for it and that's about it.

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I'm glad you let me know what a 1100 is after all these years. I figured since a QL is a QL, that the manual we had was better than no manual at all. But I guess I was wrong. I removed my post as to not confuse anyone since the rear end and engine are about the only differences.
 
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Almost unbelievable that Charlie admits to being wrong. I didn't see the post he removed so maybe he was only sorta wrong :fencing:

By the way, the Model 1100 is listed in the TC-157 Parts Manual.
 

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Almost unbelievable that Charlie admits to being wrong. I didn't see the post he removed so maybe he was only sorta wrong :fencing:

By the way, the Model 1100 is listed in the TC-157 Parts Manual.
I KNEW that we didn't have a 1100 manual, so like I said above, a manual that covered a lot of the 1100-QL was better than nothing. But as with the things are these days, I've learned what I can and can't do now. I promise you one thing! It will never happen again! Hydro, the only good thing now is, I can hit the bricks and not feel on bit sorry or guilty about it!
 

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