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    I think I might be in trouble.

    So my wife’s cub cadet stopped running right and she decided she’d try the 955. I’m in trouble boys. Now I have to fight my son and my wife for seat time.

    My son teaching her how to operate it.


    Mowing away in our little field.




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    We’re praying for you.

    We were replacing bad fence posts today and have the post hole digger on the bobcat so to pull the broken one I had mine run the 2038R and lifted them with a chain around around the top link on the quick tach. Actually I was surprised how much pull it had. Got questions like why is there no reverse lever, there sure is a lot of buttons and levers and I did not know it could go so slow in reverse but I guess since I was the chain man that was good. I am safe for now unless she gets used to it. You my friend are never going to get her back on the cub. It will seem like she is being beat to death and she will notice on the first pass.
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    Have you considered taking up a new hobby? 'Cause you may not be getting that tractor back. I hear knitting can be very relaxing!
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    Cub cadet needs a new cam. Not going to be fun.




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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Have you considered taking up a new hobby? 'Cause you may not be getting that tractor back. I hear knitting can be very relaxing!
    Well I need another old tractor for me. Maybe a H.


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    Then the son was using the F525 and a belt broke. It’s always something.


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    You had better play that for all it’s worth on how hard it is and that you’re doing it just for her. Guilt can be the only possible reason she is getting back on it. Even if the 955 doesn’t fit everywhere that just means the landscaping will be changed so it will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J3 Driver View Post
    So my wife’s cub cadet stopped running right and she decided she’d try the 955. I’m in trouble boys. Now I have to fight my son and my wife for seat time.
    I'm afraid it's over for you my friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J3 Driver View Post
    So my wife’s cub cadet stopped running right and she decided she’d try the 955. I’m in trouble boys. Now I have to fight my son and my wife for seat time.

    My son teaching her how to operate it.


    Mowing away in our little field.




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    Looks like you need to buy another tractor


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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Looks like you need to buy another tractor


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    There it is right there. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ It's called a blessing in disguise. She gets the 955 and you get the one of your choice. All you have to do is go out and find the one you want.
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