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Welcome Jeff. :groupwave:
Since you joined, I assume you have some cub tractors. We love pics!
Welcome Jeff. Glad you joined.
Welcome Jeff. We like seeing pics. Got any of your cub cadet?
Welcome from Beautiful Resaca Beach, Georgia.
Glad to have you as a member of the gang!!! Watch out for Woody woodpecker truck’s up there in Maynerdville lol. There are friends and trucking buddies.
Welcome Jeff. :groupwave:
Since you joined, I assume you have some cub tractors. We love pics!
Nice Tractors!
Check them out first!!!! A blown engine does not always mean a blown engine! The 100 may also be rebuildable. My dad had a 122 that developed a engine knock. He got someone to rebuild the engine, and it runs like a sewing machine now. :bluethumbsup:
The 102 was rescued from a teenage puller. And the 100 i agree to buy from a photo. The 102 was setting in the woods with a blown engine. The 100 was in a shed with an engine knock.
Congrats on your two Cub Cadets. Can't wait to see them restored.