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Old 09-20-2022, 08:15 AM
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I picked up this 1810 yesterday. It belonged to a friend who has had lots of Cubs over the years, this was his last one. I got my 125 and 2nd 149 from him also. He’s getting older and doesn’t cut grass anymore, his neighbor acquired that job and his tractors. The neighbor bought a new Cub XT2 last year and didn’t need or want this one anymore. It’s in nice shape and runs great. I put a new fuel pump on it last spring, and I don’t think it has been used much since then. My dad almost bought this tractor years ago. It was originally owned by the little league field near his shop. I will get more pictures tonight. It didn’t rain all day until I went to pick this up. As soon as I pulled in his driveway it started pouring. Since the battery was dead, we had to push it on the trailer, I was soaked. I think I need a bigger trailer too. The 50” deck was touching on both sides.
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Old 09-20-2022, 08:19 AM
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Is this bracket on the back part of a 3 point hitch?
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Free is good, that is for a bagger. Same bracket for the
3 point too.
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Old 09-20-2022, 05:29 PM
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Great score!
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Old 09-21-2022, 08:25 AM
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Free is good, that is for a bagger. Same bracket for the
3 point too.
A bagger was my second guess. Good to know it is also used for the three point, now I just need the rest of the pieces to complete it.
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More pictures as promised. It has 1054 hours on it. I know this is not the original engine, so I don’t know how many on that. I mowed for a couple minutes with it last night. This may be the nicest tractor I have. The only thing I don’t like is that the PTO shuts off when you go into reverse. At first I thought there was a problem, then I realized it was a “safety feature”. That will have to be dealt with since in 10 minutes, I counted about 15 times that I had to back up. To me that’s just unnecessary wear on the PTO.
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*not condoning or recommending this permanently.. only for test purposes*

The switch is on the dash at the hydro shift lever.
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*not condoning or recommending this permanently.. only for test purposes*

The switch is on the dash at the hydro shift lever.
Yeah, test purposes only, thanks.
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The first thing I do with every tractor is "fix" the seat switch and/or reverse switch. Nice score!
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Old 09-23-2022, 10:41 AM
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The first thing I do with every tractor is "fix" the seat switch and/or reverse switch. Nice score!
Thanks. I only have two new enough for these safeties, and both were fixed by the PO.
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