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Talk about finding a sweet deal - my daughter-in-law found this Cub Cadet on a local Facebook classified ad. I didn't know Facebook even had such a thing.
It's CC 107, hydrostatic trans, runs real nice, no smoke and no leaks, and the trans seems to work well.
It had this grading/snow blade on but no other implements.
All the tires hold air. The fronts are original and weather checked. ...and real nice rear turf tires with a set of tire chains.
No big dents or dings, a little surface rust.
It has a few issues though, the pto will need repaired/replaced (won't release), needs a new battery (won't hold a charge), tail lights/reflectors missing, needs one set of front wheel bearings (has some sort of jury rigged plastic bushing), choke cable is non operative, missing the front grill, and has a jury rigged lift for the blade. He did have a full length under carriage plow frame he couldn't figure out how to use, I got that too. The guy was asking 85 bucks - I showed up with a trailer and didn't even haggle over the price.
Attachments - 193 plow - 144 cultivator - 22 mower - 28A disc harrow - 54 leveling blade - Woods 59C2 - drag harrows - Mott D9 flail
Yeah, some times you give the asking price and go. That was one sweet deal.
I echo Bill. Eighty-five what?? Sure! SOLD!!
The only thing that needs to push snow might be a set of weights, but bet it can do the job just fine as is. Congrats!! Talk about being in the right place at the right time!!
Let us know if/when you get the other issues worked out. We'd be interested to know.
My 1945 Farmall H makeover
Geez ... there was a no brainer huh
Good deal, Glad you got it. My buddy Gord has a 108 (gear drive) and has the QA36 Snow Blower on it. Works very well in our winters up here. Weights are a must and he does have chains as well as Ag's front and rear.
Great deal, and it's covered under AAA!
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