A starter draw meter is cheap. it is held to the battery cable, and read while cranking (be safe when off the tractor). The cub should draw less than 200 amps. If it tries to peg the needle, the starter motor is drawing way too much current. It could be an internal short to ground. As it is a rebuilt. Try it out on the ground with jumper cables. hold it down with serious foot pressure, as they react radically if working. A wrong drive pinion could cause gear conflict at the Ring gear, but not very likely. A bad battery will also make the same symptoms, but with poor performance on the (purchased) Starter Amp gauge. If that is a good battery, and good starter, the cub will spin easily. Jim
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