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#1 cory g

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 06:31 PM

does anyone have a cub cadet head light panal for a 125 it needs to be in good shape.complete.in origonal condition .if you do and you are willing to sell it please call me at 775-762-6223 cell phone or write on reply with your phone number on it and i'll call you.thanks

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 09:16 PM

does anyone have a cub cadet head light panal for a 125 it needs to be in good shape.complete.in origonal condition .if you do and you are willing to sell it please call me at 775-762-6223 cell phone or write on reply with your phone number on it and i'll call you.thanks



My son got his for his 122 cub cadet off Ebay, but don't expect them for cheap, I think he had to pay like $125.00 for his.

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Posted 20 November 2008 - 12:27 PM

You might try this site IH Registry .
If you would like to post on this forum you will need a username and password.
To get a username Click here and fill in the form. (PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS) You will recieve a email with your information.

There are quite a few sellers that read the "Wanting & Looking" and will E-mail you or call you.
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#4 briguy

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Posted 21 November 2008 - 06:57 PM

I would also watch Ebay. A panel from a 127 series machine will also fit and bolt up but won't have the "correct" look. The panels from the 125/127 series machine tend to stress crack at the corners from vibrations. Keep that in mind when you look for one. They can be welded up at the corners if needed.
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