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I live in the great state of Virginia. I am on my second cub and dang it I can't seem to get away from it even when I tried. I have jumped around on this site for awhile and finally decided to take the plunge and join. Are there any cub members in my area? and if so Is there any honest person in that area to turn to for engine work? I am in the process of moving to my house in southern Virginia, In the Blacksburg area and I am in need of some assistance with my cub. She smokes alot and is underpowered compared to my last one.
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Welcome to the forum, Jim.
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Hi Jim! Welcome to the best darned forum on the whole WWW! You are gonna love it here. There are several members who are from your fair state... a great resource for you if you ever get "stuck" on any point in your process!!
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Welcome to the Forum Family.... and since you are on your second Cub we know that you can't stop at one, so welcome as well to the Multiple Cub Club
Remember to have a look at the links in the pointer text below. Also, remember to complete your profile as indicated in the Welcome Wagon ok? That way others in Va and areas close to you will know just how far they may be from you. Could me a mini-fest etc..
Welcome aboard Jim! There are several Virginia members. I'm not sure who may be close to you but I'm sure they'll jump in somewhere on this thread.
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Welcome Jim, to a great forum with fantastic people and more info then you can imagine.
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welcome jrowe around here its ask questions/get answers. most of the time you can do the labor yourself with the help of this forum. good luck i know you can do it.
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Hi Jim. When I saw the Arlington I wondered that area is pretty much built up not room for many tractors. Then I saw near Blacksburg and realized there is much more open land nearby. My son used to work in Arlington and environs for the tel co. He is now nearer Fredricksburg. One of my brothers lives in Blackburg. Rich isn't into tractors though.
There is a map of where members are located but I don't remember how to access it at the moment. If I remember right you had to sign to it to be listed on the map.
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