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Cub Cadet 7000 series ?

Postby Charles (49) Mo » Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:09 am

Has anyone removed the instrument panel on any of this series? We have a 7274 and can not find anything about how to remove it in the service manuals. Know that the tach cable needs to be feed thru but with the bottom panel off and all the screws out of the upper panel, it just barely can be moved upward. We are trying to get to the back of the starter switch. TIA

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Re: Cub Cadet 7000 series ?

Postby gitractorman » Tue Nov 14, 2017 2:18 pm

I doubt anyone on here has taken a 7000 series dash apart. They're not that old and it would be really odd to have to remove one. If you do keep going in the direction you're working, it may be easier to unhook the tach cable and let it move away from the tractor with the dash. I know there are several Cub Cadet models (along with other tractors/equipment) where it's easier to unhook the cables/wiring and to remove the dash as a whole unit, rather than unhooking things from the dash to remove it.

You may want to look at the blow-up diagrams on Cub Cadet's website. If you go to this link:

http://www.cubcadet.com/equipment/cubca ... -and-parts

you can put in the model number and select the assembly that you want to see. Based on the diagram on that site, it looks to me like the gauge cluster separates from the dash assembly with just 2 screws.
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