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New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade

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TOM N MS

03-12-2017 13:18:58




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I know it is a "safety" thing but how is a person suppose to cut grass if the blade turns off when you go to reverse? Bought new 50" 24 hp CC yesterday and have not figured out how to disconnect this yet...Had the same problem in 91 when I bought the one I am replacing now..it was easy to find the switch and remove it from the system but this has the hydro foot pedal and I have not found the Magic switch yet...I understand their intent and assume all brands have this NUT you cant cut grass like this..Who, how, where can I get a clue or two on where this aggravating switch is located??Felt under where the reverse pedal is located and have had no luck finding a wire or anything yet...Can anyone tell me anything..Might be the reason another one was sitting there that had been returned..If I cant solve this problem they will have two used ones sitting there...Thanks for any suggestions--I am not asking you to tell me to disconnect it-I am telling u I am going to disconnect it so it can be a useful piece of equipment..

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jeffcat

03-15-2017 12:33:52




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to TOM N MS, 03-12-2017 13:18:58  
One of my machines has a buttom you need to bush while you have the clutch down. 5he red LED goes on and now you can mow backwards. This is a hydro machine. The other has the key switch so after you start the tractor turn the key back CC one click. This is a manual transmission machine. these are the two I am familiar with. Now if your kid is going to be the primary operator make sure you pound into him to check the oil EVERY SINGLE mowing day!! Other than that have fun watching someone mow your lawn.

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TOM N MS

03-15-2017 15:37:20




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to jeffcat, 03-15-2017 12:33:52  
Yea-I can handle the reminding part.



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Mike M

03-14-2017 11:47:47




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to TOM N MS, 03-12-2017 13:18:58  
New mower should of came with an owners manual. Bet it tells you how to do it in there.



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TOM N MS

03-14-2017 15:44:32




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to Mike M, 03-14-2017 11:47:47  
Novel idra..course u first have to wade thru the chinese, spanish, pig latin and other versions to get to the few sentences of the English version..



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Mule Meat

03-13-2017 17:41:20




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to TOM N MS, 03-12-2017 13:18:58  
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You turn the key to the " reverse" position once you start the engine and engage the deck. Then press the lock out switch (rubber covered yellow triangle) . A red light on the dash will light up once the system is engaged. It will stay engaged as long as the operator is on the seat, the engines running and deck engaged.



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TOM N MS

03-13-2017 18:15:40




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to Mule Meat, 03-13-2017 17:41:20  
Thanks-son used it today-worked fine and he said he likes the new mower--if he likes it-I love it--he will be the official operator..



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ztr mowers

03-13-2017 06:09:26




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to TOM N MS, 03-12-2017 13:18:58  
if its truly new unit it will have a reverse pic on ignition switch start unit up turn key to that position and go knock yourself out mowing any direction you would like. probably the one you had had same thing but it was in clutch switch that had a second position you put it in. read your manuals!!!



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TOM N MS

03-13-2017 18:19:05




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to ztr mowers, 03-13-2017 06:09:26  
Yes, old one had a switch on the hydr lever-I removed it the first day I owned it..used it for 25 yrs--will be happy if this one lasts half that long..



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Case Nutty 1660

03-13-2017 05:47:18




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to TOM N MS, 03-12-2017 13:18:58  
you can thank the Moron who backed over their Child and then sued the mower company,, I am glad to hear they finally do have a way to over ride this "For idiots Only feature"



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TOM N MS

03-13-2017 18:20:28




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 03-13-2017 05:47:18  
Me too



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TOM N MS

03-12-2017 17:50:03




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to TOM N MS, 03-12-2017 13:18:58  
tHANKS EVERYONE--LOOKS LIKE IT DOES HAVE THE MAGIC F AND W BUTTON--TOO LATE AND TOO MUCH TROUBLE TO GET IT OUT TO TRY TONIGHT..tHANKS AGAIN..



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Pembroke

03-12-2017 14:46:32




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to TOM N MS, 03-12-2017 13:18:58  
I have a cub cadet LTX 1042 and on the switch key there is a reverse slot. After starting motor turn key back to reverse and push button for reverse motion. Leave in this position and will cut grass forward and in reverse. Pembroke



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TOM N MS

03-12-2017 14:55:56




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to Pembroke, 03-12-2017 14:46:32  
ThNKA-WILL CK THIS ONE VERY SHORTLY..



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John730D

03-12-2017 13:39:10




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 Re: New Cub Cadet -Reverse kills the blade in reply to TOM N MS, 03-12-2017 13:18:58  
Look online for a parts breakdown. It will show it on there.



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