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Mac Stevens

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Mar 6, 2023
Denver, North Carolina
Mac Stevens
Greetings. Thanks for having me. I’m in the Charlotte area, Denver specifically. I first mowed on a Cub Cadet about 60 years ago, my Dads. Over the years I’ve had numerous CC’s a couple pictured here. I completely restored my 129 in the late 1980’s including a new 14 hp engine/tires/paint/decals. I still have her though she’s been in retirement since 2004 when I picked up the Gravely Promaster 200 for mowing duties. Over the years I’ve accumulated a number of implements and am getting her ready to plow and till. I’ve fallen off the Cubaholic wagon and picked up a decent looking CCC782 last week in unknown condition . I may try to get it going, sell it since I really didn’t need another one or part it out. Haven’t decided. Glad to be here and the resources offered here are amazing compared to what was available when I restored my previous Cubs. I have a library of paper manual’s as a good friend worked at a dealership. Yeah the Internet and PC’s weren’t even around then!
nice fleet!

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