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Hello from SW MO

Postby farmergann » Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:02 am

I've been haunting cub related sites for the last 6 months or so and found some excellent information here - thank you all! Been beating the bushes for Cub Cadets since I bought my little farm late last year and have found this is about as functional as a dysfunctional "hobby" can be :) Here's the garage as things sit right now (1863, 1250 for parts, 682 for parts), but I try to finish and sell one about every month or two just for grins:
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Re: Hello from SW MO

Postby Tom Scott » Fri Jun 02, 2017 12:40 am

Joshua, Welcome, glad to have you here!

Post some things up as they come along!
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2135, (at parent's)
1872, 46", 50C decks, Haban dozer blade, 450 snow blower
2182-1, Kwik-Way Loader, 3-pt & rear pto, 442 tiller
2182-2, 54" deck, 551 snow blower
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Re: Hello from SW MO

Postby dag1450 » Fri Jun 02, 2017 4:45 am

Ok...with your collection....looks like u will fit in here just fine. Just be careful....I have found they come apart so easy... putting them back together....well..not so much :lol:
127, 1650, 1572, 1872, 2072 x 2 . A mower, blower and blade for each.
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Re: Hello from SW MO

Postby farmergann » Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:59 pm

dag1450 wrote:Just be careful....I have found they come apart so easy... putting them back together....well..not so much :lol:



Ha! Ain't that the truth :)

After fixing up and selling a 1450 and 682, I figured I'd be content with the 1863 + 54" but to be honest, it's a bit too refined for me. I see a 50" deck and super steer axle in my future - only question is which of my two uglies will be sacrificed to make it happen...
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