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Old 05-13-2018, 01:52 PM
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Default Just picked up this 126... amazing

Found this and purchased on craigslist yesterday. It sat 10 years in a garage. Fired her up and cut some very tall, very wet grass just now. Unreal.. old dull blades and all and she cut like a dream. Okay.. i did steal the carb off my 1211H to make her run but she fired right off with that and fresh gas and battery of course. Time to give the 1211 a rest i guess. Love this machine.
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Old 05-14-2018, 09:35 AM
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4,000 replies?! Good lawd! I think a lot of people have cub cadets...
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I feel too tall and mature to be only 14... Why can't I be 15 already?
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Old 05-18-2018, 03:26 PM
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Old 05-22-2018, 11:12 AM
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Our golden demonstrator at work.
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My 1974 Cub cadet 1250 (Left), after having the headlight panel swapped and a few other things done to it. She's going to be a solid tractor with a new muffler, a thorough pressure washing, headlight wiring, and the steering fixed.

At the moment, I need to sort out a few kinks and issues, AKA: the seat. It's like sitting on ice.

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Old 05-29-2018, 09:31 PM
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I mowed the grass with the 2064 today. Then I got the 122 out to spread the last of the grub killer where I still have mole tunnels. Then I took a long ride and filled some holes on the driveway. It doesn't look that nice but it runs good and is fun to drive. I really do prefer the blade on a manual lift for dirt work. The hydro has no feel and is too touchy.







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Default 4 Digit "O"

This past weekend I finally had a chance to dig out my 4 digit Original and take it for a little spin. I need to get the chains and blade off from it yet.
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That's a really well appointed O!!
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Old 06-05-2018, 07:17 AM
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The four horsemen of the apocalypse: 318D, 124, Yogi, and Boo-boo!
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The four horsemen of the apocalypse: 318D, 124, Yogi, and Boo-boo!
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That is a fine lineup of workers!

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