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Old 03-28-2019, 09:01 AM
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Default 95 Electric

I purchased this 95 electric last fall amd intend to restore it this year (hopefully or maybe wishful thinking) and am looking for some more information. Production numbers/years, parts sources, other helpful threads.

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The model 95 RER was made only for two years. They were made in 1974 & 1975.

If Cub Cadet does not have the parts, Salvage Yards and the Internet are your choices.
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Old 03-28-2019, 05:46 PM
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Any sources for repop decals at all. Maple Hunter does not seem interested in making them.
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(2) 12" Brinly plows, Brinly cultivator, Brinly compactor rake, Brinly toolbar, PECO lawn vac, FD36 Gannon Earthcavator, all 4 IH carts, and an IH lawn sweeper.
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Any sources for repop decals at all. Maple Hunter does not seem interested in making them.
That is going to be tough to find.
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Looks like me, a friend, and Scott Urschel are going to have the decals reproduced. My friend is maling his near perfect set to Scott so he can get working on that.
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(2) 12" Brinly plows, Brinly cultivator, Brinly compactor rake, Brinly toolbar, PECO lawn vac, FD36 Gannon Earthcavator, all 4 IH carts, and an IH lawn sweeper.
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Congrats on the purchase, really looking forward to following the build. I hope to find a 95 of my own some day.
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Looks like me, a friend, and Scott Urschel are going to have the decals reproduced. My friend is maling his near perfect set to Scott so he can get working on that.
Scott is great to do business with. In fact, he had one of those 95 Electrics for sale a while back, unless that is already the one he had for sale and you got it?
He's got some really neat stuff, so he would be your fella to see.

Looks like you have a fun project there!! Should be a true lol (labor of love).

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