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154 cub lowboy. Opinions wanted

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DTK

05-19-2017 14:59:23




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I just looked at 154 lowboy. 60" deck nice looking but it has loud noise like a noisy shaft when idling and wants to kill when trying to engage the Pto. It also is very noisy when driving in low gear like a trans. Or final drive noise. Did these tractors have noisy trannies or what? thanks, DTK.




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wkd1945

05-20-2017 14:15:57




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 Re: 154 cub lowboy. Opinions wanted in reply to DTK, 05-19-2017 14:59:23  
Hold out for a 184 or 185, you will be glad you did. They will handle a 60 inch deck much better.



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rustyallis

05-20-2017 09:42:08




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 Re: 154 cub lowboy. Opinions wanted in reply to DTK, 05-19-2017 14:59:23  
I have two of them, they are good little machines, and they both made a lot of noise when I bought them. Check each pulley, I am sure you will find one if not all have bearing issues.



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DTK

05-20-2017 06:39:59




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 Re: 154 cub lowboy. Opinions wanted in reply to DTK, 05-19-2017 14:59:23  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see. I agree , they are a cute little tractor I just wondered with the noise it was making if it needed a bunch of repairs. Thanks DTK



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John M

05-19-2017 18:24:53




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 Re: 154 cub lowboy. Opinions wanted in reply to DTK, 05-19-2017 14:59:23  
The noise your hearing at idle is probably the pto drive belts. Every one I have heard, including mine, does that. Mine is also noisy in 1st, and if you try to engage the pto fast it will bog the tractor down, but I would check the bearings on the deck too.



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504

05-19-2017 18:42:29




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 Re: 154 cub lowboy. Opinions wanted in reply to John M, 05-19-2017 18:24:53  
I have mowed and worked on a few of them.. I just do not see the need(kinda like an 8N),under powered, first gear is about the only working gear, and my 60in 22Hp mower will run circles around it. I do like the looks of them though.



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