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My Cub Cadet Original

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Yankeecub

11-15-2018 22:30:29




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Here is a photo of my 1962 Original. Nice little tractor. Looking for a set of lights for it.
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DoubleO7

11-23-2018 08:35:51




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to Yankeecub, 11-15-2018 22:30:29  
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Yes, that is all good and all.

There are a few other Cub Cadet websites because none are perfect.

If one was, there would be no others.



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R Bedell

11-19-2018 02:30:17




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to Yankeecub, 11-15-2018 22:30:29  
DR. EVIL:

Another excellent source for Cub Cadet information is: See Link - onlycubcadets



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DR. EVIL

11-23-2018 06:16:43




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to R Bedell, 11-19-2018 02:30:17  
Charlie and company have everything at IHCC.COM that OCC has. I'm personal friends with Charlie, Kraig, and Bryan, may he rest in peace. Everybody at OCC started at IHCC.Com, Even YOU. IHCC.com is The original, the oldest, and has the most experienced members.



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Yankeecub

11-19-2018 22:11:08




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to R Bedell, 11-19-2018 02:30:17  
Appreciate your help.



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t.r.k.

11-16-2018 17:18:14




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to Yankeecub, 11-15-2018 22:30:29  
There is a light setup on Ebay, or was on there last night. Not cheap, though.



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Yankeecub

11-16-2018 21:51:43




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to t.r.k., 11-16-2018 17:18:14  
Iíve seen that. Iím not rich so, I have to pass on that!



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mss3020

11-16-2018 12:57:09




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to Yankeecub, 11-15-2018 22:30:29  
nice.. I have a old sears that looks kinda like that more bla yellow and white.. I use it as a chore tractor at present and keep chains on rear tires as it goes through mud and snow without any problems.. Keep chains on all year round too.

I thought of repainting it but then I wouldnt want to use it..



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Yankeecub

11-16-2018 21:55:46




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to mss3020, 11-16-2018 12:57:09  
Old Sears? Thatís cool! I plan on using mine too. These garden tractors were made to be used!



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Yankeecub

11-16-2018 06:05:04




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to Yankeecub, 11-15-2018 22:30:29  
I bought this cub over the summer. Just how it looks in the picture. I am the 3rd owner. The previous owner did a good job with making sure it ďlooked factoryĒ. Correct paint color, correct front and rear tires, oil bath breather and copper fuel line, etc. However, the paint job is not perfect. My plans are: a complete tear down and powder coat. The tractor also has a Danco ud-6 creeper?(donít know much about it, just reading the name stamped on the gear box) so, I will be installing that too.

Any help and or advice will help from you guys!

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DR. EVIL

11-18-2018 16:30:50




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to Yankeecub, 11-16-2018 06:05:04  
I'd check out the website "IH CUB CADET.COM", The moderator owns Cub Cadet Specialties, you can find the link to that parts website on the forum page of the website. He has access to all kinds of new old stock Cub Cadet parts, and new parts too. Couple guys that post there know the Originals well.



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R Bedell

11-16-2018 03:37:39




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to Yankeecub, 11-15-2018 22:30:29  
Yankeecub:

Excellent job on your restoration.



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Yankeecub

11-16-2018 05:49:48




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to R Bedell, 11-16-2018 03:37:39  
Thank you for the comment, however, I did not restore this tractor. This is the way I bought it.



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farmer52

11-16-2018 02:54:14




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to Yankeecub, 11-15-2018 22:30:29  
Original? Nice looking tractor but it looks like it has been repainted.



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Yankeecub

11-16-2018 05:51:47




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to farmer52, 11-16-2018 02:54:14  
You are correct. The previous owner did repaint it, by rattle can, so it not perfect.



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steve_in_mo

11-16-2018 04:32:35




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 Re: My Cub Cadet Original in reply to farmer52, 11-16-2018 02:54:14  
It's the model designation, so an unrestored tractor like that would be called an original original. They were originally called simply "Cub Cadet" until IH got the idea to make models with more horsepower, and eventually became known as "narrow frame" when IH decided they needed bigger engines yet, and hydrostatic drive, and hydraulic lift, and
power steering.



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