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    Apr 2007
    Upstate NY

    Default ex450!!!!

    I just want to gloat a little. I have owned my ex450 for 1year now. 60hrs on the clock. 35hrs snowblowing with a 72" rearmount. The rest either running a bush hog, or general around the Farm bucket work. Nothing but great things to say about it. Always starts even down to 0deg. Did the 50hr service myself in a couple hours with no swearing or tools getting tossed across the garage.
    So much nicer than the 1960 IH240 Utility it replaced and I dont miss laying under my rotted out plow truck trying to get it running in the middle of the storm either.

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    Veteran Member scoutcub's Avatar
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    Aug 2008
    Yanmar LX4900//Cub 7532//Cub Yanmar SC2400//Komatsu D38//Cub Volunteer//Cub SZ60/CAT 289C/CAT 308

    Default Re: ex450!!!!


    Glad to hear some more good comments on the new line. I think Cub finally got it right merging with Yanmar, I've seen nothing but good comments on the CCY's.
    I'm looking at the predecessor to your machine, an 8454....for some serious loader work and brushogging.....we'll see. pics??

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    Veteran Member bluechip's Avatar
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    Jun 2003
    Arkansas, USA

    Default Re: ex450!!!!

    The 8454 was Daedong same as old style DK40 (not SE) and the same basic chassis as DS4510 so if you cant find a used Cub you may want to check out used Kiotis.

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