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Old 06-28-2017, 10:07 PM
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What about a section for the SGT's?
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Old 06-28-2017, 10:23 PM
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Why do we need a seperate section for them?
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Old 06-28-2017, 10:41 PM
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Maybe easier for people to find things on the SGT's. Birds of the feather like to flock together. See if more people chime in.
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Sounds ok to me, of course I don't have to do any work to make it happen.
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Old 06-28-2017, 11:13 PM
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I don't think that it's necessary.....
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They are the same as a GT, just 6" longer. They were the only Cubs to host an Onan, Kubota gasser, Kawasaki, or Mag 20's. Oh, and a different rock shaft.

That's more than I thought when I started typing.
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They are the same as a GT, just 6" longer. They were the only Cubs to host an Onan, Kubota gasser, Kawasaki, or Mag 20's. Oh, and a different rock shaft.

That's more than I thought when I started typing.
I agree.... but we have special engine sections for all the motors. Like you said, the chassis is longer, but otherwise, no real difference in anything repair wise.
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Deere: 317 with tiller, 318.
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When I open this forum, I open new posts. That means I see everything new from my last visit, I believe even though my primary interest is Cyclops, Kohler Command and Briggs Vanguard.

What am I missing?
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They are the same as a GT, just 6" longer. They were the only Cubs to host an Onan, Kubota gasser, Kawasaki, or Mag 20's. Oh, and a different rock shaft.

That's more than I thought when I started typing.
Add the Haban deck, power steering and different rear end gearing.
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Add the Haban deck, power steering and different rear end gearing.
The deck would fall under Implements and Attachments, and power steering did come on GTs.
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