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Talk about finding a sweet deal - my daughter-in-law found this Cub Cadet on a local Facebook classified ad. I didn't know Facebook even had such a thing.
It's CC 107, hydrostatic trans, runs real nice, no smoke and no leaks, and the trans seems to work well.
It had this grading/snow blade on but no other implements.
All the tires hold air. The fronts are original and weather checked. ...and real nice rear turf tires with a set of tire chains.
No big dents or dings, a little surface rust.
It has a few issues though, the pto will need repaired/replaced (won't release), needs a new battery (won't hold a charge), tail lights/reflectors missing, needs one set of front wheel bearings (has some sort of jury rigged plastic bushing), choke cable is non operative, missing the front grill, and has a jury rigged lift for the blade. He did have a full length under carriage plow frame he couldn't figure out how to use, I got that too. The guy was asking 85 bucks - I showed up with a trailer and didn't even haggle over the price.
Yeah, some times you give the asking price and go. That was one sweet deal.
Sea salt is healthier only because it gets stuck in the holes of the shaker and you can't actually put it on your food.
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I echo Bill. Eighty-five what?? Sure! SOLD!!
The only thing that needs to push snow might be a set of weights, but bet it can do the job just fine as is. Congrats!! Talk about being in the right place at the right time!!
Let us know if/when you get the other issues worked out. We'd be interested to know.
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Geez ... there was a no brainer huh
Good deal, Glad you got it. My buddy Gord has a 108 (gear drive) and has the QA36 Snow Blower on it. Works very well in our winters up here. Weights are a must and he does have chains as well as Ag's front and rear.
Great deal, and it's covered under AAA!
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