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Old 04-23-2019, 09:43 PM
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Just wanted to thank the group here for providing helpful information and links for parts and technical guides. I did the throttle shaft bushing repair on my 149 today and now she runs smooth...!!!! Glad to have this site and it’s members who are helpful.
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That is the intent behind this forum!!! Glad you got your 149 fixed up and purring smoothly. Now, don't be a stranger here!! Share some pictures of your cub and return the favor of helping others whenever and wherever you can.

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Thanks and I will do. I posted pics of mine when I first got it. I thought I had it running good but found a rather large hydro fluid leak while mowing.... Someone had fabricobbled the connection of the driveshaft to the hydro and used rather large washers which ,I assume with me mowing with it, hit the filter and tore a hole in it. So I ordered some more parts from IHCCW and will he repairing it this week. The thing I love bout these tractors are the ease of working on them and the availability of parts.
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Just wanted to thank the group here for providing helpful information and links for parts and technical guides. I did the throttle shaft bushing repair on my 149 today and now she runs smooth...!!!! Glad to have this site and it’s members who are helpful.
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