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Old 04-07-2021, 04:25 PM
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I live on Long Island and only have a 129 with a loader.....but you have to start a collection with something....but I do have other tractors of different religions
I'm on LI as well. Helping my grandfather maintain his 104. Know of anywhere that knows how to rebuild the mower decks? He tried a place near our job and they botched the job twice....now I'm tasked with fixing it or finding a place since his health isnt what it was a couple months ago.
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I'm in the heart of Wayne County
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I'm just East of Rochester
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I'm from Sullivan County NY. I just got my first Cub Cadet, a '69 124 with a creeper gear. I'm currently restoring it.
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I pretty new to the world of cub collecting, and wondered if there are any other members of this forum here in NY.
I'm located in the Elmira area.
I'm new to this forum. I live 30-45 mins East of you on the other side of Corning.
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Here from Wellsburg, NY, about 10 min south of Elmira, NY.
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I'm in Hudson Valley Middletown, NY. I have a CC1450 with 38" deck, 42" blade, QA36" Snow Thrower, and I welded an adjustable Back Blade together from a old Propane tank, to mount on a sleeve hitch off of a Brimley Mould Plow assembly. Future modifications designing an independent Rear Hydraulic Lift.

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