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    Default New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    Does anyone know when the new Yanmar-Cubs will be out? What sizes, pictures, etc.? How about CubTech, do you or any of our dealers know? Thanks.

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    Veteran Member Mickey_Fx's Avatar
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    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    asked my local dealer a couple weeks ago and they didn't have an answer.
    Yanmar Fx24D,
    Koyker 155 loader,
    RSB-1300 tiller
    Cub 3204, 48" mower
    Bolen 1257 GT with tiller

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    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    Late summer early fall. Have a dealer meeting in June to look at them and test. Let you know after that.

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    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    I asked a dealer, maybe a month ago and he acted like he didn't really have a clue. Maybe in the fall, late summer there should be something out he thought. I would think that if there was a new line coming out there would be lots of advertising, etc. Better get the PR guys going!

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    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    Hello Guys,
    I work at Yanmar. Although I work with the Marine Diesel engine division I have seen the new tractors. And I can say you will not be dissapointed. I am speaking as normal man not a Yanmar employee. These tractors are impressive. Keep your eyes open.

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    Cub Cadet 8354

    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    I spoke with my dealer a week ago. He said that CUB was going to introduce two (2) models in the fall and the complete line would be introduced next year.

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    Member Northstar's Avatar
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    '06 CC GT-2544

    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    There is a link on Cub's website. It say's check back mid-June.

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    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    I haven`t seen the new tractors but, I did own a Yamaha V-Max motorcycle a few years back and it had one fine engine.
    Lots of power and rock solid. Made me a believer in Yamaha.

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    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    Does this mean a shift away from MTD?

    I believe that a quality increase would be in line with Cub Cadet's heritage and historic reputation.

    Rickey.

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    Platinum Member Fordlords's Avatar
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    Cub Cadet 682

    Default Re: New Yanmar-Cub CUTs

    This is a joint venture between Cub Cadet and Yanmar to build compact utility tractors (CUT's) and subcompact utility tractors (SCUT's). It does not affect Cub the lawn and garden lineup, at least not yet. Previous and present Cub CUT/SCUT's have been made by or had major components supplied by Mitsubishi, Kioti (Daedong), and Diahatsu.

    Yanmar is a long time current supplier of John Deere SCUT/CUT's, and it is believed this venture with Cub will put the Cubs on par with JD in quality. JD has developed some of their own small tractor diesel engines and is also building some smaller tractor lines on their own again, maiing them less dependent on Japan based Yanmar.

    -Fordlords-
    1980 Cub Cadet 682 with 18 HP Honda GX V-Twin engine
    2008 Ariens 624 Snowblower
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