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Old 02-14-2021, 12:32 PM
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Default RER 85 manual and 60 snow blade

Good morning all,

I have downloaded the manual in the library for a 55, 75 and 95 manual and also found a parts list, but I am not able to find either a repair manual or parts catalog/list for the 85. I have an 85 special and am looking. I have a couple of 60's and a 75 in various states, but need manuals for the 85.

Second question, in a recent purchase of a couple of 60's the seller had a snow blade for the 60. It had been welded on and modified to fit something else - pictures attached. Does anyone have one of these and can measure the bracket - C shaped pipe pieces with brace? I know it is a longshot and I will never use it, but it would look cool displayed. I am restoring the 60.

Thanks in advance, JW
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Try this link.... 85
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Thanks for the reply - I clicked the link and it said it wasn't available. This is the message that I got.

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The cover is in bad shape, inside looks OK. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Internation...-/303115787084
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Let's try this again. Go to the tab at the top of the page that says "Cub Cadet Parts and Service Lookup". Click on the Cub Cadet inside the box. Use "Cadet 85" as the model you search for.
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