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    Veteran Member DmansPadge's Avatar
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    Default New Cubs

    I noticed there are some new products popping up on Cub Cadets website.

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    Thumbs up Re: New Cubs

    I can't wait for the mowing season! For those that want a zero turn mower with a steering wheel it has hit. To be able to steer your front wheels and have indpendent control over the rear drive wheels gives excellent stability on steep grades. Unlike all the machines that are built with front caster wheels to guide these do steer! Should be a hit!

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    Gold Member Hard's Avatar
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    Default Re: New Cubs

    What's the difference between these new Cubs and the JD SST lawn tractors? JD discontinued the SST's. They did not do well on slopes.
    JD 2320, 200cx FEL w/ 61" bucket, 62D OnRamp MMM


    Woods box scraper, Woods PHD25, Woods 5' rear blade, King Kutter Medium Duty Pro 6' rear blade, Woods 5' landscape rake, SpeeCo Quick Hitch


    JD 320 Lawn & Garden Tractor, 48" mower deck

    Formerly owned:

    2004 Cub Cadet (BY MTD) 5234D:
    2006 Cub Cadet (BY MTD) 5234D:

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    Veteran Member JTKub's Avatar
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    Cub Cadet Z-Force 44

    Default Re: New Cubs

    The i1000's are a cool idea, but with conventional steering and a ZTR type of transaxle, that's a lot of expensive parts on a lighter duty machine.

    Joel
    Tractors of the past:
    2010 Cub Cadet Z-Force 44 fab
    2005 Cub Cadet 2544
    1979 Case 220
    2003 Yard Machines 17hp 42" transmatic (crap-matic)

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    2003 Kubota BX1500/2004 Kubota Bx23/2005 Kubota BX1500

    Default Re: New Cubs

    They hain't the first to try this.
    All the others were flops and went by the wayside.
    I predict the same for this trinket.
    Tractors 2003 Kubota BX1500 / 2004 Kubota Bx23 / 2005 Kubota BX1500.
    Attachments 60'' Front Blade/48'' Rear Tiller/FEL/Back Hoe /
    60'' MMM/Clamp on Forks/48'' MMM
    South of Canton Ohio L .B

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    Thumbs down Re: New Cubs

    Might Sell A Few,But I Don't Think It Will Be a Big Seller.

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    Cub Cadet 8354

    Default Re: New Cubs

    What about their new tractors? Anybody got pictures?

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    Default Re: New Cubs

    Quote Originally Posted by medicop
    What about their new tractors? Anybody got pictures?
    Only pics I currently know of are here: i1000 Series Lawn Tractors by Cub Cadet

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    Default Re: New Cubs

    I stopped at the local dealer this weekend, they had a i1046 there. I'm not a big fan of the hood design, looks kinda tacky. The machine doesn't seem very heavy duty for the price. IMO they should've used the 2500 series as a starting point for this new model.

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    Default Re: New Cubs

    here ya go.
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