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Cub Cadet 782 (Blue Book Value)

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10-25-2006 18:06:53

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Recently had a 782 Cub cadet Given to me and it looks restored I have no Idea the Value of this Tractor can anyone Help Please. Believe it is a 1983 or so. It is the Red & White Scheme. Thanks!!!!!

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10-28-2006 17:52:53

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 Re: Cub Cadet 782 (Blue Book Value) in reply to CuriousOne, 10-25-2006 18:06:53  
782's are much in demand by pullers. If you live in an area that has lawn mower pulling the price could vary a lot. If your tractor is in excellent condition, with a running engine, it could go as high as $800 on the puller's market. If it's a good mower and you find someone who knows Cubs it could bring more.

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10-28-2006 13:13:51

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 Re: Cub Cadet 782 (Blue Book Value) in reply to CuriousOne, 10-25-2006 18:06:53  
It can also vary on whether it has a series 1 or series 2 kohler kt17 motor, the series 1 has a very low pressure oil system that realied on oil splashing down from the cam to oil the main crank journal. They are prone to blowing up, espicaly if run on hills, due to lack of sufficient oil to the crank journal bearings. The second series runs a much higher presure oil system with forced fed oil to all crank journal bearings. You can watch the for sale forum on the site to see price trends, they tend to go up in the spring when folks need tractors, unless you have a snowblower for it. You can also pick up snowblowers, 3pt sleeve hitches ect on that site, There is a whole collectors/operators group dedicated to the cub cadet tractors with plow days, ie we plow a field using brinly 1 bottom plows pulled by our cubs. There are pictures and dates for events listed there, and a online live chat that gets going around 9-10 pm est each night. Its free to join, come on over and chat. Mike

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10-28-2006 18:52:30

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 Re: Cub Cadet 782 (Blue Book Value) in reply to cadetpwr, 10-28-2006 13:13:51  
In all fairness, there are many other options available to get information, or buy tractors, parts, pieces, and implements on the internet than at the ihregistry.

Also, running ads in local -freebie- papers is a great way to sell, or buy tractors, parts, and or implements.

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R Bedell

10-29-2006 11:04:13

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 Re: Cub Cadet 782 (Blue Book Value) in reply to Cub Cadet owner, 10-28-2006 18:52:30  
CC Owner:

You got that right. People come to this forum and the next thing you see is a "cheerleader statement" to go to the Registry. What's wrong with the people that are here on this site..???

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Cub Cadet owner

10-26-2006 20:51:14

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 Re: Cub Cadet 782 (Blue Book Value) in reply to CuriousOne, 10-25-2006 18:06:53  
Your question is actually very difficult to answer.

There are quite a few variables. Actual appearance of the unit, mechanical condition, total hours on the unit, options (front hydraulic ports, 3 point) implements if any and their condition, your location, etc, etc.

I have seen unrestored 782s in nice condition with decent mower decks, sell for anywhere from $600 to $1000.

However the biggest variable of all, is how much will somebody give you for it....and that truely sets the value of the tractor. (besides sentimental value)

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