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I use both of them. Each has a duty. The hydro (147 Cub) cuts grass. And the Cub Original, now has a push blade on it, for either gravel, dirt...
Produced by International Harvester from 1961-1981! Excellent little garden tractors! And you will be surprised how expensive some parts are on...
Nice!! Keep your eye out for a parts Cub Cadet! You’ll never know what’s on your local Craigslist!
I’m with rotten. Hole for seat belts.
Keep up the good work. I can see your pictures now too.
That’s awesome! You sure are a great guy!
What I used was Schultz rubberized undercoating by 3M. Dries fast. Abrasive resistant and very durable. I am very pleased with the results.
Thank you for posting this. Stay strong guys, you are in my prayers.
1. Those are replacement taillights.
2. The plow frame attaches to the tractor at a different location than you mower deck. I’m thinking you...
I agree with the others, great buy on this Cub! Like kdsmit stated above, weights are a plus on these garden tractors. The farmall Cub front...
I can’t see the pictures you posted. But, sounds like you are getting some work done. I’ve never used POR, however i’ve used chassis saver...
Okay, guys I’m in too. I’ll bring the beer.
My goodness. Been awhile since I’ve posted, this Scout is just awesome. You bring this Scout to Nationals...instant winner!!! Keep up the good...
That’s awesome!!! Keep up the good work!
Great find! And welcome to Binderplanet!
Four guys can lift the tub. I am assuming the windshield frame is off too. That is the way I did it and I have a standard two car garage....
Nice scout! I agree with Bussy, get the kids involved!
And welcome to Binderplanet!
I have a 147 Cub cadet. It is a hydrostatic. And the last year for narrow frame. I use it to cut my grass. It has a 42” cast iron deck. Best...
18 gauge I believe.
Updated pictures on my IH garden tractors: