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Cub Cadet 73

Wed Aug 31, 2011 9:47 am

This is my 1970 Cub Cadet 73 with optional fenders.

I purchased this tractor non-running last year. The previous owner said that it had been sitting for 15+ years but the engine was loose and the tractor looked decent so it followed me home.

With fresh gas, a replacement gas tank, spark plug and adjusting to the governor, it started, ran and drove great. I then got the mower deck spindles free, sharpened the blades and have been cutting my grass at home all summer this year. It's become one of my favorite Cadets quickly!
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Re: Cub Cadet 73

Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:04 am

Hey Bob...I'm real partial to Cub Cadet Model 73's and yours is NEAT :D As far as I'm concerned the Model 73 is one of the most desirable Cadets of all (the last year that the 7 hp Kohler was used by IH) :wink: Mine was not in as nice shape as yours when I got it at JP's 1st Cub-A-Rama, however now it's just the way I want it :wink: That little 7 hp Kohler engine teamed up with the direct drive and super IH tranny & rearend make the Model 73 a real workhorse that'll last forever :{_}: ENJOY yours Bob :wink: ...'Country'

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