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Old 08-21-2018, 09:56 PM
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Thank you for accepting me into your group.
I am located in rural Victoria, Australia.
I have picked up a Cub Cadet 1250.
I have looked at many posts and Pintrest sites but I have not seen any builds for this model machine.
Is this unit capable of turning into a small tractor?

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Old 08-22-2018, 09:58 AM
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G'day mate! Welcome to OCC!

When you say small tractor what exactly are you wanting to do with it? Pretty sure it's already a small tractor so we need to know what your plans are for it.
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First, welcome to OCC. We have about 2 Dozen Aussie Members here.

The 1250 is a very popular model here in the States. We can handle any question(s), know how to keep them running, and know where to get parts.



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Old 08-26-2018, 03:34 AM
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I want to set up with a rotary tiller on the back and bucket on the front.
The unit I have does not have a motor but every thing else is intact.
The wiring is a bit average so I will renew that also.
This will be my first attempt at a project like this.
I am an engineer with a small workshop in the shed.
I have two acres that I want to plant vegetables and move some wood around.
Nothing on the big size
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Looking forward to your projects.
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