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#1 Cooter

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 12:28 AM

A friend of mine got a narrow frame cub cadet blade from the junk yard. It's missing the return springs, but it's in real nice shape. Sadly, he is going to cut it up to make it fit his 4-wheeler. He just wants a blade to push snow, but I don't know if I can come up with one in time. What's the value on these? Is it worth trying to save? I might be able to get the mounting frame, but unless I can come up with a blade of equal, it will be gone.
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The barns are FULL and I always seem to squeeze in just one more.

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35' F-30, 39' F-20, 40' H w/ M&W hand clutch, 40' W-9 #507, 44' BN, 47' A, 50' AC WD (was grandfathers tractor, at least it's not green), 53' Super WD-9, 54' Super WRD-9, 54' SM-TA, 54' SM-TA Diesel, 55' 400, 58' 450 Diesel, 58' #91 combine (great grandfather bought new), 64' 806 Diesel, 64' CC 100, 65' Cargostar 1800, 68' 1256 Wheatland, 68' TD-20, 68' 205 combine edible bean special, 70' Loadstar 1600, 70' 544 gas hydro utility Gold Demo, 70' 826D hydro Gold Demo, 70' 1026 Gold Demo, 70' 1456 Gold Demo, 72' CC 105, 74' 966, 74' 1066 Hydro 5 Millionth replica, 75' 715 gas hydro, 76' 1568 Black Stripe, 79' 3588, 81' 886 D358 tri-stripe, 82' CC 582, 83' CC 782, 83' 3488 Hydro, 89' CC 1872, 90' CC 1772 diesel, 98' 8920.............................. I think that's all of them.

#2 Dr. EVIL

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 10:27 AM

My Buddy bought one for me a year ago for $75 at an auction that was complete, trip springs, lift rod & the bracket that goes on the lift lever for the lift rod, and it was all in decent shape except for the paint. Little work with a sander & sand blaster, then paint and it looks & works like new.

There seems to be plenty of CC blades on the market, it's sad to see it get cut up to fit something else but many people have modified other brands of blades to fit CC's.

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 10:15 PM

I would say dr evil is spot on. 75 - 125 in good condition complete here in Minnesota
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