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Old 11-17-2017, 08:26 PM
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Wow does that look perfect! I really like the looks of the fender flares and rear tank so the hood isn't messed up with a gas gauge/filler cap sticking out of it. Congratulations on your build!
Did you use the Cyclops easy to adjust seat as well?
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Old 11-17-2017, 10:58 PM
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How about some info on that deck.
The deck is a 590-811-100, 60 inch from a later 5000/7000 series. I modified the deck by adding a front roller and hanger and the rear mounts and jackshaft idler from a rusted out GT46 deck I had. I used a Haban mule drive and lift. I even found a Cub Cadet belt that fits. It does an excellent job.

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That. Thing. Is. Beautiful. Wow, that just looks so sharp
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I'll second that! Get that deck painted and you will be a POM candidate for sure!
Thanks If I get time I plan on it.

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Wow does that look perfect! I really like the looks of the fender flares and rear tank so the hood isn't messed up with a gas gauge/filler cap sticking out of it. Congratulations on your build!
Did you use the Cyclops easy to adjust seat as well?
Yes I used the Cyclops seat assy as well. The seat is one I got from TSC with adjustable armrests, lumbar and a tilt back. It is very comfortable.

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Old 11-17-2017, 11:37 PM
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Turned out great Tom.
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I have a 1872 cub cadet in good condition that needs a new heart and has a 60 in. heavy duty mower deck and mule. If your intrested please give me a message at chabarenie1@gmail.com I want $800 obo I live in argos indiana. Or trade for runing 1811 cub cadet.
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Figure it out man!! You keep posting in old threads trying to sell or trade stuff. We have sections here for that. We have told you that several times, yet you keep doing it. Your email also keeps changing. I see at least 2 different email accounts you keep listing in your posts. I don't expect an answer, because you never answer when addressed. If I didn't know any better, I'd say you aren't real...
He just got his post deleted.
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