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Old 02-21-2021, 11:09 AM
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You're probably right, never thought of that.

Old Cubs and Cub parts are about non existent in western Canada and about one per thousand square miles in my area and I have that one. But I'll be keeping my eyes open for a good cast iron pan. I do have a bunch of PTO and rear lift parts to trade.
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You're probably right, never thought of that.

Old Cubs and Cub parts are about non existent in western Canada and about one per thousand square miles in my area and I have that one. But I'll be keeping my eyes open for a good cast iron pan. I do have a bunch of PTO and rear lift parts to trade.
theres a few in ny on fakebook that have tons of stuff.. i cannot say if they will send it that far.

also CT i think theres a guy that has tons of cub stuff..

i would replace. you know it will be in the back of your head all the time you riding it.

heres a few of them. no clue on how they are with shipping. i havent bought anything from them.. they r all fakebook. so i guess board doesnt allow them. but just use numbers off the end .
https://******************/marketpla...52507821672110

https://******************/marketpla...87118604839268

https://******************/marketpla...76454466024896

https://******************/marketpla...22175882453446
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Thanks ICOM. Cast pans with the dipper extension seem rare.
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Old 02-22-2021, 02:48 PM
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Thanks ICOM. Cast pans with the dipper extension seem rare.
no idea on how rare the deep dish pan is but here is another guy and he will ship.
i have 4 motors 10 to 14 and there all deep dish. so again no idea ..
something tells me this guy might have one

face book. com/marketplace/item/4033520333325402
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You're probably right, never thought of that.

Old Cubs and Cub parts are about non existent in western Canada and about one per thousand square miles in my area and I have that one. But I'll be keeping my eyes open for a good cast iron pan. I do have a bunch of PTO and rear lift parts to trade.
If you don't mind a road trip from BC to Yelm, WA, there's a guy down there who parts out the older cubs. I've done business with him many times. His name is Joel Cook, and he advertises on Craigslist all the time. Craigslist-Seattle-Farm and Garden-By Owner-Cub Cadet. If he ain't got it, it can't be found around here.
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Old 02-22-2021, 11:40 PM
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Thanks for the info Westerncannonball. I have friends that have Washington postal boxes.

I got everything run through the parts washer this morning and on closer inspection, I believe Darkminion had it right with the crank bearings. One is very raw! Good news is my old work place had two new old stock bearings for free.

I milled .008" off the head before it had nice crisp edges right to the combustion chamber, more than I thought it would need. I ground the valves and since they had been changed in recent history they cleaned up pretty quick. The black line, in the one pic, is the wear area after taking a couple thou off.

I also noticed that the top of the tappet adjustment was wore in from the end of valve stem. So I ground that ridge off too. That would give you a false feeler gauge reading when setting the valve clearance. Turned out to be about .003".

I dropped the block off and ordered a piston today.
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