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Jim Demery

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1967 125 Cub Cadet 

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looks stout, I think anything from that build time ,reflects , solid reliable and long term life. bolens, case , gravely , they are simply in a different league. given care and regular maintenance , they can live as long as you want. With kohler power and cast iron and steel, its fun to make these live on , pete

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1 hour ago, peter lena said:

With kohler power and cast iron and steel, its fun to make these live on , pete

Well said sir.

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Looks good! I have a number of cubs myself, they are a tough lot! 

 

 

 

 

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Just picked up this 1968 105 Cub Cadet 

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Both Cubs look good.  I had a few narrow frame Cubs also.

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Dennis, I think they are a breeze to work on. Trannys are bulletproof, some axle seals are about all they need unless they are a hydro, then its the front gasket and you have to split them. Not a big deal though. Clutch disk require pulling the drive shaft and sliding the motor forward, but not bad.

No worse than WH, just different. 

 

 

Randy

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The wide frames Cub Cadets are a little easier to work on, as there is more space between the frame.  But, I basically just worked on the narrow frames as I only had one wide frame, a 1250.

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I had a "done deal" on a nice big "cyclops" that the seller sold to someone else. 

Really wanted that one! 

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I lost my dad on May 16th of this year. He came every year and rode one of my tractors in our local parade. He is greatly missed. I did this 149 Cub Cadet as a tribute to him. Rest in peace dad.

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Corrected date and photo of dad in the parade
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