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Old 09-01-2017, 09:07 PM
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Hi All,

Picked up a new to me Cub Cadet 1282. Very excited to restore it this winter when I have some more time. Also the happy owner of an XT1 LT46. I look forward to using this forum for my cub cadet fever. Anyone else from northwestern PA?
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Old 09-01-2017, 09:18 PM
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Welcome to the forum! Nice couple of Cubs you have. This doesn't count but my wife is from Erie.
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Old 09-01-2017, 10:47 PM
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Welcome to OCC. I'm from Indiana, PA.
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Welcome to OCC.
Good looking 1282 you got. We like red ones...
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Welcome to occ. I live near saegertown pa crawford county.
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Fine pick up on the Cub Cadet Corporation ( red paint for IH dealers only ) model 1282! It's twin brother would be the yellow and white CCC model 680, both of which had the Kohler K301AQS power plant. Up until serial # 719,999 , all still retained the cast iron transmission housings. This model 1282 would have still been fully serviceable at the local IH dealerships back then.
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Thank you all for the replies. I actually live in Erie myself. I love seeing the pictures of your machines all cleaned up and still working them as hard as they were worked many years ago. I can't wait to start a collection of my own!
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Thank you all for the replies. I actually live in Erie myself. I love seeing the pictures of your machines all cleaned up and still working them as hard as they were worked many years ago. I can't wait to start a collection of my own!
Come on down to my place, how many you need?
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Greetings from central PA. I have personally met a number of collectors from up that way. Sad to say most of them are not too active on here at the moment.
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