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Old 02-08-2018, 02:48 PM
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Hi All,

I'm from Woodstock Ontario Canada.

I have a 1971 107 which came with a snow thrower, mower deck chains and a spare motor. I really wanted something with a steel hood because, well, they don't make em like they used to! Currently I have a love/hate relationship with this thing as I don't have the time to take it right apart and put it back to like new, but I want to use it. So I'm fixing it as old things give out.

While this thing isn't great with wet snow and it doesn't turn on a dime when mowing. It sure makes those jobs a lot more fun!

Anyway, fantastic that there's a community, I'm sure I'll have lot's of questions and maybe an answer or two.
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Welcome to OCC..........

Your 1971 Cub will be around for many more years as compared to the newfangled throw away stuff you see today.
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Can’t wait to get started on my 1325 . Glad I found this group and wealth of information.
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