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Jim in IN

06-11-2003 19:49:36




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I have a 194?? Allis with a Cub Klipper Belly Mower. The belt has worn loose and the blades are almost shot and I want to replace them. I've been to almost every tractor store in NW IN and have had no luck. Anyone familiar with this and can you direct me to a dealer who can help me?




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Irv Plitzuweit

06-12-2003 06:11:58




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 Re: Cub Klipper Belly Mower in reply to Jim in IN, 06-11-2003 19:49:36  
Call Beck Implement in Elgin MN 507-876-2122 and ask for HAP Beck. He knows the company that bought all the supplies from the company in Olath Kansas.



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Jack

06-11-2003 21:40:34




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 Re: Cub Klipper Belly Mower in reply to Jim in IN, 06-11-2003 19:49:36  
Jim-I have a kub klipper on a Pony. The belt should be adjustable. If it is worn out I think most Auto Parts (NAPA etc.) should be able to order you one if you can give them the length. The cutting edges are bolt on, on mine and could be fabricated if necessary. According to the plate on mine it was made in Kansas-have you tried using a search engine to see if kub klipper comes up. By the way that is spelled kub-at least on my tag. Jack

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