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Apr 5, 2024
Uniontown, Ohio 44685
Hello, this is JohnL and I just joined as a supporting member. I live in Uniontown, Ohio and have owned cub cadets for many years. Between my father and I we have had 2 different cub lawn tractors. My dad's was a 1964 IH cub cadet 70 which he bought in 1965. I still have it, complete with 42" deck and 42" snow blade, although I will be posting it for sale in the near future. I also owned an early 1990's 1405 which is still in use by my neighbor at our cabins in Carroll county, Ohio. He doesn't use it to mow but it does move a lot of firewood, rocks, debris etc.

That's about it for now. It looks like there is a ton of information here and I look forward to checking in often

John L.

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