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Old 10-20-2021, 03:40 PM
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Default 108 engine with dead tractor attached

How much is a functional 10 hp Kohler on a 108 worth with a non-functional 108 tractor attached? (clutch needs total replacement, tires questionable, various other little problems, all fixable for someone more skilled and motivated than me.) Northern MN.
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Old 10-22-2021, 10:35 AM
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I've seen running 10hp motors go for $100. Maybe a little more if the pto works. Mike
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Old 10-22-2021, 11:45 AM
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I've seen running 10hp motors go for $100. Maybe a little more if the pto works. Mike
Thanks. the only catch is they have to take the tractor too, but hopefully that won't be a problem. I have heard of people paying 200 for IH cubs in my area running or not, but I can't substantiate that rumor
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Its probably a good $2-300 machine if the engine runs, maybe $350 depending on if any attachments or a creeper is present. Clutch rebuild is a relatively simple task and common issue for those more experienced with Cubs.
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$100 can go down the tubes rather quickly on a clutch rebuild for parts alone if needed.
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$100 can go down the tubes rather quickly on a clutch rebuild for parts alone if needed.

Might be closer to $200 on this one. Its kaput except for the pressure plates
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Sold it for 200.
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good on you!!
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