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KenK

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KenK
I picked up an old cub cadet today,I believe it's an original.It's pretty old one by the looks of the oil bath air cleaner.Kinda rough and smokes some,but it started on it's own and drove it on the truck.It has rear fenders and the hi-lo on it and came with a deck.I'll do a little service work on it then it will be up for sale.I'll see about some pics later.

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Kent
That high-low, aka "creeper gear", certainly should make it easily sold.... Sounds like a good opportunity to make a $$ or two... Hey, I hauled a Gilson home! So far, I'm $150 to the good, and still have the 15HP Briggs and a complete set of wheels and tires to use on other tractors....

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KenK
It is a kohler 161 which I believe is a 7 horse.The price was very reasonable,my cousin had it and wanted to get rid of it.He thought $25 would be enough,I told him that I would give him that much.He told me if I wanted it,just go and get it.So here's what a freebee looks like.:D

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Mack
Here is a picture of my brothers 1963 Cub Cadet Original. It was restored by my nephew Tim, in 2000 and pictured here at the May 2001 Buckeye Farm Antiques Show in Wapakoneta,Ohio.

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KenK
Well boys and girls the old cub is gone,sold it on monday.Showed it to a guy,he said he'd take it so I drove to his house and unloaded it.Made $200 so I thinks I'll visit my cousin and share a little.

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