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 10-17-2003, 09:06 Post: 66421
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Just bought a 7275 front wheel assist an loader,484 hrs 8' finish mower 3 pt. also had org. belly mower which I don't need along with all brackets an hyd. lift I want to remove for clearance reasons, as i'll use in lanscape business. Anyone know about what it should be worth I think it is 60'' Got several other imps. everything but the kitchen sink an owners manuals. Any suggestions as to where to find them? Just joined tractor point, looking forward to talking to others with the same interest. I wanted a Kubota but couldn't find as good a deal as I got on the Cub. I gave $8700 for tractor both mowers,6' bush hog blade Pitt. disc & plow . Couldn't buy orange or green for the money






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 10-17-2003, 11:42 Post: 66432
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Not while the owners are still breathing! Great deal, the deck should be worth between 750 and 1000.






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 10-18-2003, 15:29 Post: 66541
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You will not regret your purchase of a Cub. Here in the northeast, many landscapers use Cubs. I have a 7360 that I bought with only 90 hours and I use it as a farm tractor. It has never seen a shop. Smile These Cubs were built by Mitsubishi and they are every bit as good as green or orange... and some of us think even better! Enjoy yours!






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 10-19-2003, 21:39 Post: 66604
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Thank you gentlemen; I've had a chance to use it this weekend was really suprised with the power an hydrolics, We built a motocross track for my son an some of the locals. Keeps them of the gravel roads. I'm trying to find owners manuals for the tractor an loader. An help would be appreciated. Thanks






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 10-20-2003, 06:05 Post: 66614
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The owners manuals are available thru the dealer network only to the best of my knowledge. You could go to your local dealer or e-mail or call us.






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 10-23-2003, 15:05 Post: 66914
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I've had my 7275 for about 4 years now. Cadets don't have the following of the orange and green tractors but have outstanding durability. If you read about the earlier deere tractors,the current New Hollands and the Red counterparts you will find that the Cadet front end is massive in size and has "really big and wide" front tires which can handle the front loader weight especially when driving up and over curbs with the bucket full. The New Hollands & Red copies have the bucket/loader frame too far away from the frontend and can't lift much.

1. When the steering goes hard and feels funny you will need to change the hydraulic system filter.
2. The fuel lines may rub through and cause a mess. By now it should already have done it if it is going to.
3. About mid-point in the tractor and side of framework are several large hex head bolts. Check to make sure they haven't vibrated loose.
4. You can bend your loader frame if you lift over 1250lbs or do it all on one side.
5. Your belly mower may be either a 60" or 72" wide. Suggest using it a couple times before you decide to not use it any longer. It works great and really sucks up the grass blades straight before it cuts them off clean. You'll be supprised how well it works and how nice of a job you can do if you have turf tires.






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 10-23-2003, 23:20 Post: 66944
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Thanks Pete I guess I should put the belly mower on an try it before I try to sell it. I use the tractor mostly for final grade work an seed bed prep. Have a little JD the wife likes to mow with, got the best of both worlds there, I don't have to mow an it keeps her of my Cub. I had been looking for a 30 to 45hp Kubota but I couldn't pass up the deal I got on the 7275 an since I've used it quit a bit I'm very impressed with it the hyd. on the loader are an like you said very healthy front axle. I'll check for loose bolts on the frame. Finally got owners, shop an engine manuals on the way. I'll sleep better after I've done a once over myself Getrdun






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 10-24-2003, 19:06 Post: 67028
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I have had a 7274 since 1995 & it is a great tractor
I've had the fuel line problem & also the "no start" problem that Ted on this form help me fix
I have the standard tranny
You should as stated above try the mid mount mower
I have the 60" model & they are made by Woods & give a very nice cut as long as the blades are sharp
It especially nice in the spring when growth is rapid
Enjoy your Cub it's a good machine






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