Sun May 30, 2010 6:33 pm
Just wondering where is the best place to buy new parts for Cadets, like muffler, seat, gas tank cap, etc.? I mostly buy new parts from the board sponsors but I guess they don't handle Cadet parts.
Sun May 30, 2010 10:03 pm
Any Cub Cadet dealer, or some parts can be had thru a Case IH dealer, or Ken Updike at C&G.
Sun May 30, 2010 10:05 pm
First, I get most CC parts from the auto parts store. 2nd place is the Case/IH dealer. 3rd place is the New Holland dealership but you must have the IH part number.
Tue Jun 01, 2010 6:39 pm
I've always had good luck with Madson's Service in Wisconsin. They carry new and used stuff and usually have some of the harder to find stuff. I usually talk to Scott, he's a bit more knowledgeable than some of the others. Good folks!
Wed Jun 02, 2010 7:53 am
You guys must have better IH dealers than I do. The local guys here don't know there was an International Harvestor Company, they think it all started with a company called Case/IH. I wouldn't even know where to begin looking for a Cub Cadet dealer besides Home Depot - and they aren't any better than the IH dealer for supplying parts.
Wed Jun 02, 2010 8:32 am
Cub Cadet dealers in your area:
Rossville Truck & Tractor
12635 NW Hwy 24
Tarwarter Farm & Home
4107 North Topeka Blvd
Home Depot and Tractor Supply are not Cub Cadet cealers. They both sell low end Cub Cadets, but they do not provide service or parts (others than belts, spark plugs, filters etc)
Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:27 am
Rossville can get "maintenance" items Hydrostat filters, rear gasket, airfilters etc... They don't have the ability (willingness?) to find something difficult - like a spindle for my 50A deck or a rebuild kit for the front PTO on my 125. After a few trips where they looked up something in their books for a while and eventually said "We can't find it so it must not be available anymore" I quit relying on them. They are pretty good about looking up parts for older tractors and equipment though.
Years ago I used Henry Brothers out of Seneca, I would order the part over the phone and have it delivered to my house. Now that Bruna Bros have bought them out the old stuff is nolonger of interest to them either (a 1450? - are you sure its not a 1405?). The same thing that happened when KanEquip took over the CaseIH Dealership in Wamego. Its embarrassing try to buy parts for some of my older stuff there. (I don't have a 440 baler book - what brand is that again?).
Parts Tree has been pretty handy to use.http://www.partstree.com/parts/?lc=Cub+Cadet&mn=
I have never set foot in Tarwaters.
Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:28 am
a lot of new parts.
Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:20 am
Another vote for Carter & Gruenwald (sp?) http://www.cngco.com
. They have a parts look up similar to partstree so you can find the right part, cross reference to other models of CC's, and the current price.
Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:18 am
I go to www.partstree.com
to look up the part numbers and then go to "stens" and punch in the part number for an awesome "lower price" on new parts.
Fri Jun 18, 2010 1:31 pm
I don't know where you're at, but I have had a lot of luck with Charlotte Tractor in North Carolina. I don't know if they ship, but I have been able to order parts that Cub Cadet dealers have told me I can no longer get.
Here is their web-site and phonw number-
Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:30 am
Something you may notice with the STENS or ROTARY parts is that they are mostly made in CHINA and tend to be lower quality in construction. I've had a few parts from these places that look right but won't fit right.
C&G has been a Cub Cadet dealer since the Cub Cadet was born. I know that we have the people and technical resources here to get some of those parts that other dealers just can't seem to give you. We are not the lowest priced parts dealer, but our service is better than the other "parts sellers". We offer a total support package with a full service shop and knowledgable personell.
Partstree is a Cub Cadet parts dealer that has spent alot of $$$$$ on internet advertising to build thier parts business.
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