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Old 07-13-2009, 08:54 PM
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Hey guys i'm planning on saving a cub 129 from my dads friends house. Its been sitting in his yard uncovered for about 5 years. I'm 15 and have to do yard work all by my self at my moms house and i hate using the new 2000 series cub. I would rather use a IH cub instead because my dad has a couple. So i plan on getting that 129 for a good yard mower and dirtbike trail mower. And i was wondering where you guys get the ag treaded tires and zig zag tread tires for the back. Thanks
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Old 07-13-2009, 10:01 PM
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ihnick, first off



You like the 129 better than the new one huh? You are wise beyond your years :biggrin2.gif:

Hope you get the 129 they are cool tractors, I have a couple that look just like it. As for tires look in the Cub Cadet parts sources and there is a link for tires.
Or if you have a tire shop close to you that deals in farm tires they might be able to help you. You can always keep an eye out on craigslist or e-bay but you hardly ever see any.

Heres a picture just to get you going.

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I'd also go for the 129! You won't regret it.
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thanks guys. yeah ive been driving dads old 125 since i was probally 3 thanks to the hand hydro. i just dont like the new stuff. we got 3 2000 series, 2165 2166 and a 2135 that we are hoping to trade to the neighbor for a spotless 149 with mower, snow thrower and tiller with belt shield.
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Got a 129 too!

I was looking at these. Hard to tell from the pic, but by comparison they're pretty cheep! http://www.overstockwheels.com/23816241/1/Tires.aspx
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thanks irockwithdirt. i like the look of acecil's 100 with duels. sorry if if miss spelled that
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