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    Introduction

    Hi All,

    New to cub cadets, I got my first one on trade this spring: a 125 that I use to maintain some trails. Upon searching CL for a small/mini skid steer i stumbled upon a 1450 with a loader, added power steering and fixed some of its other shortcomings. Then the addiction started to roll now I end up searching "cadet" on CL multiple times a day. This year I've ended up with the 125 & 1450, a 123, a 1650(parts machine) and an 1864 plus some attachments along the way. The part that keeps me coming around/feeding the addiction is the allure of a smoking deal popping up, so many times these tractors have zero value to the one that is selling them.

    Its been a good time and have found forums to be very beneficial to have a support group to help feed the addiction.

    I have been on another forum with username of hyperlightboards48.... figured id shorten it up it got old typing.

    Edit: forgot to mention-- Thanks for adding me to the community. I look forward to learning and sharing with all.
    Tanner
    Elk River, Minnesota

    #2
    Welcome to ECC Tanner!
    ~Jonathan
    Oblong, Illinois

    Just because it's old, doesn't mean it's obsolete!

    I've got a lot of Cubs in the barn....but I have more implements/attachments!

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      #3
      Welcome to the forum Tanner.
      They can't all be turn key.
      Make the best of each and every day.
      Todd
      Original's Start to Finish vid. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAoUNNiLwKs

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        #4
        Welcome. Thats quite the collection so far.
        Cory.



        One piece at a time...

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          #5
          Welcome, that is quite the way to start....1450 loader
          ~Phil

          You are only as old as you make yourself.

          1710, snow blower QA-42A

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            #6
            Welcome Tanner. I’m glad you shortened your name!

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              #7
              Thanks all happy to be here and see all the familiar names/tractors.


              Originally posted by Terry C View Post
              Welcome Tanner. I’m glad you shortened your name!
              Any way I can make it easier for others to help me I'm all for.
              Tanner
              Elk River, Minnesota

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                #8
                Like your Avatar Tanner, Welcome!

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