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Clark Thompson
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Tractors Owned: 1975 IH cub,1948 farmall cub,1979 international 3200 skid steer and a 1974 John deere 350B dozer.
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1967 cub cadet 70

Postby Clark Thompson » Sun Mar 16, 2003 7:07 pm

:D I finally got to use my lil 70 today and MAN!! was I impressed!! I built a roller for my farmall cub to pull. It weighs 800 plus lbs.. the ground was a little too soft to pull with the farmall cub so i used the lil cub,, the lill monster had alot power for a 7 HP kohler. ahs alot of traction too. :lol:

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Postby 'Country' Elliott » Mon May 12, 2003 6:07 am

Clark...With the same transmission as you have in your Farmall Cub, your Cadet can reliably pull a lot more than you might think with only 7 h.p. Like the Cub, the Cadet has the gearing and torque to handle a lot of work with a little horse power!
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