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    Another One

    Don’t know what I’m going to do with this one, but I traded a QA-42A straight up for it. It’s a 1050 with a cast iron rear and a super stiff clutch spring. I do have the hood. Added a picture of my trade-in
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    Lance

    Cub Cadet, 73, 104, 106, 107, 125, 126, 127, 147 (2), 169, 1050, 1282, 1864

    #2
    Heck Lance, I don't ever know what I am going to do with any of them but I sure can't stop buying them!! Always catch myself saying I can't let this deal get away!!

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      #3
      Perhaps this is the wrong thread to ask, but can someone please fill me in on the CCC 1050 & how to decode that numeric series? I thought a 1050 was supposed to be a Hydrostatic IH.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Cheesedawg82 View Post
        Perhaps this is the wrong thread to ask, but can someone please fill me in on the CCC 1050 & how to decode that numeric series? I thought a 1050 was supposed to be a Hydrostatic IH.
        It's fine to ask here.

        So, the CCC series of tractor, and the last IH series, the '82 series, stopped following any model number identification as to the type of machine it was. However, the front number still designated the horsepower up until the 2 and 3000 series. So, a 1050 is a 10hp. An 1811 would be an 18hp. A 2182 was 21hp and so on. The 1050 was a one year tractor (1989), and it's number didn't fit into the series it was a part of anyway. (The second series of CCC garden tractors. The list of models made during this series was pretty extensive.)
        ~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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        • Cheesedawg82
          Cheesedawg82 commented
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          Thank you!! What others are In the second series? Am I correct that the first all end in 82/84?

        #5
        Ok, you asked for the list, lol.

        So, no the first series didn't all end in 82 and none of them actually were badged as "84" or "86" even though the tag denotes them as such. Example: Technically a 782 with front hydraulic remotes was a "784" and the serial tag listed the model as that, but the hood just said 782.

        So the CCC first series was:
        482, 580, 582, 582S, 680, 682, 782, 782D, 882, 982, 1282
        Some of these were offered in either red or yellow/white paint scheme. Some only in yellow/white.
        Also, not all these were produced at the same time. Some were only made in certain years. Example: The 1050 was made in 1989 only.
        Some of them wore a badge number, but not a corresponding number on the tag. Exapmle: 986 was a 982 with front remotes, rear PTO, and 3pt hitch. It still however said 982 on the hood.

        Series 2:
        1050 1210, 1211, 1512, 1572, 1604, 1606, 1710, 1711, 1712, 1772, 1806, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1872, 1912, 1914, 2072
        All these machines were offered in only yellow/white. Same as above in that not all the models were made at the same time. Example, the 1710/11/12 preceded the 1810/11/12. The latter replaced the first. Only change was the engine. It went from a Kohler KT17II to a Kohler Mag18.
        ~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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        • Cheesedawg82
          Cheesedawg82 commented
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          Thank you very much!!

        • J-Mech
          J-Mech commented
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          No problem!

        #6
        Very cool information, kinda made my head spin for a second. Makes me think of IH and the 504 style tractors and all their variations

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