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Old 10-23-2014, 07:47 PM
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I'm happy with what I've paid for my two 2182's and my 1782 compared to what they sold for back in the day. I'm guessing Lew is starting to like his new to him 2284 a lot better now.
2264 with 54 GT deck
1641 AKA Black Jack with a 402-E Haban Sickle bar mower
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Old 12-04-2014, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by PaulS View Post
I may be wrong but the first reference to aluminum tranny/axle housings was in 1983 The change from metal front and side panels to plastic was I believe was in 1990 with the intro of the cyclops series tractors.
Paul, they were reffering to the axle tubes not the diff housing.

Edit: this is what happens when drinking and reading only the first page of a 3 page post from months ago!!

1993 Cub Cadet 2064
1988 Cub Cadet 2072
1980 IH Cub Cadet 782 w/CH20
1966 IH Cub Cadet 102 w/K301
1961 IH Cub Cadet O
1967 IH Cub Cadet 102 & 122

JD 2155 w/ 175 loader
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Old 12-06-2014, 08:46 AM
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The list did not include the 682 which, according to wikia http://, sold for about $3295 which according to an online calculator is $8, 606.62.

Today a john deer x500 might come close and sells for about $6K and has a differential lock.

The diff lock would be nice. I expect the 2k difference is due to lower manufacturing costs.
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Old 12-25-2014, 11:25 AM
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Here is a BIG SALE ad from a local dealer sales flyer, got it with the paperwork from the recent purchase of a 2084. Not exactly a Lew prices are they?
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2082 w/60" Haban Deck & 450 Blower,AGs,weights
2084 w/54" Deck & 451 Blower
2086 w/54" Deck, 54" Haban Snow Blade
1864 w/54" Deck and weights
1641 w/48" Deck
1650 w/44" Deck parts Tractor (getting smaller all the time)
445 John Deere w/ model 40 FEL (went over to the dark side)
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Old 12-27-2014, 10:22 AM
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They were a little more on this one.
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Old 12-31-2014, 01:27 PM
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wasn't sure if anyone would be interested or not, and if there was an archive of things like this, but here is a sales receipt I came across for a new 2072 sold in 1990
1641 with a 451 blower "Ramapo"
1782 soon with 3pt and rear PTO "Sam"
2082 with blowed up engine "Buffalo"
2182 with a 60" White "McCoy"
2182 with a 60" Yellow "Indiana"
B2920 Kubota w/ 60" belly, FEL, Back Hoe "George"
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Old 01-27-2016, 10:42 PM
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Default Cast iron to Aluminum

I know this thread is a little old, but Just reading through it I can give a little input.

I have a both 1974 1650 and a 1978 1450.
interestingly enough I have noticed :
1650 ('74) Front grille frame is Cast iron lower, ( hood nose is cast aluminum
Complete rear end and (axle tubes are cast iron)
1450 ('78) lower grille frame cast aluminum ( hood nose same as 1650)
Rear end is cast iron with Aluminum axle tubes. also the is more clearance between the fender stamping and the frame.
1974 1650 50A "budscub" Was my fathers
1969 125 42"
1978 1450 44A dual hydraulics
1984 782 50C dual hydraulics, waiting for vanguard
Z-force Cub cadet Zero turn
Sears '66 Suburban 10 Sears '66 Suburban 12
2 Breaking plows, 2 disc's, front blade, rear blade, Sickle bar mower, 2 decks 3pt harrow
74 "Green 100 "John"
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Originally Posted by darkminion_17 View Post
I can read it,control/plus makes it bigger....
Thank you so much!!! I never knew that trick, sure makes things easier or these old eyes to see.
Sometimes self taught, only goes so far.
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