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ECON Question on a Purchase Lawn Tractor Edition
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  1. #41
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    For inexpensive or obsolete repair parts I go to https://www.repairclinic.com/
    "In my many years, I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a congress." -- John Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    You really should drag yourself into the 21st century. I get that kind of stuff off the interwebz, and pay about half price.
    Ohhh... a challenge, eh?

    Here is the part number: HYD-01008192 (otherwise know as TRANS ASM-LH HYD #01008192).

    Now, find me one, oh Great Worshipful Master of the interwebz!

    And, customer service is a huge indicator of how a company values it's clients; this is particularly true when there are many experiences with many different CSRs. Cub Cadet stinks to high heaven!
    Sub-Zero

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sub-Zero View Post
    Tell ya what... go ahead and call Cub Cadet service line and see if you can order a left (or right) hydrogear pump. Let me know how customer service treats you. It should be a $300-$400 part.
    A Cub Cadet like I have costs $2100 new, if I had to replace anything that I thought was too expensive, Iíd just foot the bill for a new one! Done! If u canít foot the bill for a new one, Tractor Supply will finance it! I am not saying C.C. Is the best out there, Iím just telling you my experience.
    "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in Government." Thomas Jefferson

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  5. #45

    Kind of thinking...

    Go buy yourself a Porsche and pay the neighbor kid to mow!

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowMan View Post
    Nothing runs like a Deer. Just saying.
    Just keep in mind that the ones you buy at the box stores are made very cheap to compete with the other low end mowers. If you want a real John Deere then you have to go to a dealer. And even then you have to go up a few levels to get something more comparable with what they used to sell.

    Everyone makes things cheaper and therefore poorer quality. It is the way that all lawn mower manufactures have gone today. As far as Zero turns are concerned then most people can't afford a Ferris(And even they are not what they used to be since Briggs took them over). Find the "Country Clipper" Brand. They are a pretty good zero turn mower at a more reasonable price. They have the flip up deck and a one handed joy stick drive design available for those who want to have one hand free while they mow. The two handle design is also available.
    But not likely to die free

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