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#16 EricFromPa ONLINE  

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Posted September 09, 2014 - 12:35 PM

Thanks!

 

Are sure that there are shields missing from the engine?

 

Yep all 3 are missing.And the PTO Engagement rod.

 

Here's yours.

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And here's what is missing.

 

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There's a 3rd shield that sits under the carb and attaches to the Head and Blower housing just like the other side but it has a hole in it and fits around the back of the carb.

 

 

Here's a pic of what the PTO rod looks like installed.

 

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Your Cub looks really nice.Those parts are pretty cheap on Ebay in case he may not have them.

 

Here's the Rod.

http://www.ebay.com/...=item4adbe34804

 

And here's the Shields.Off of a Case GT but they are the same.

http://www.ebay.com/...=item2ed5f51bd6

 

If it has the Stock head on it those Tins will fit.Kohler made several variations of heads and 2 different Spark Plug locations.1 above the exhaust valve and 1 Between the exhaust and intake valve.


Edited by EricFromPa, September 09, 2014 - 01:01 PM.

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Posted September 09, 2014 - 12:44 PM

Yep all 3 are missing.And the PTO Engagement rod.

 

Here's yours.

attachicon.gifpost-52459-0-82807400-1410229328.jpg

 

 

 

And here's what is missing.

 

attachicon.gif3877127_orig.jpg

 

There's a 3rd shield that sits under the carb and attaches to the Head and Blower housing just like the other side but it has a hole in it and fits around the back of the carb.

 

 

Here's a pic of what the PTO rod looks like installed.

 

attachicon.gif9708426_orig.jpg

The engine you show (first picture after the one of mine) may be a bit newer. Is it in a 123? The K321 in my MF 14 looks like the engine you show, but it is a 1973 model. This engine is a 1967.

 

The man that is selling it found a deck engagement lever for it (he thinks that he threw the original one away). I am assuming that he has the PTO rod.


Edited by Gabriel, September 09, 2014 - 01:03 PM.


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Posted September 09, 2014 - 12:48 PM

Now in the picture of the 123 that you show, it does look like it has that little shield on the side. I wonder if there is room for the other one that goes on top, since the fuel tank is on top.



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Posted September 09, 2014 - 01:09 PM

I did look at the service manual and operators manual that's on here for the 123, and it does look like the engine or engines pictured in those books do have the shield on the side, and maybe the one on top (I can't say for sure if I saw it in one of the pictures or not). Some of the tractors pictured were not 123s though.

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Posted September 09, 2014 - 01:12 PM

I did look at the service manual and operators manual that's on here for the 123, and it does look like the engine or engines pictured in those books do have the shield on the side, and maybe the one on top (I can't say for sure if I saw it in one of the pictures or not). Some of the tractors pictured were not 123s though.

Now that I think about it (and after looking again at the pictures you posted), maybe I did see that shield that's on top of the engine in some of the pictures from those books.

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Posted September 09, 2014 - 01:15 PM

Cub Cadet used the same Tins on most of they're Kohler powered GTs.They used a Slightly longer Head tin on the 124 and 125.I have no idea why they did this.

 

 

Here's a pic of the longer head tin.

 

 

 

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Posted September 09, 2014 - 01:31 PM

Here's the parts manual.

http://gardentractor...3-parts-manual/

 

Page #4 parts # 8,9 and 10

 

 

 

 

This is a really cool Read.Cub Cadet 123 Worlds 1st Hydrostatic driven Garden Tractor.

 

The next design after the Cub Cadet 70 and 100 was the Cub Cadet 71, 102, and 122. The Cub Cadet 71 was the replacement for the Cub Cadet seventy and kept many of the same features as the 70 including the pan seat, optional round fenders, and seven horsepower Kohler engine. The model 102, which replaced the model 100, was fitted with a ten horsepower Kohler engine. The Cub Cadet 122 was the first Cub Cadet Garden tractor to contain a twelve horsepower Kohler engine. The Cub Cadet 102 and 122 retained the same frame as the models 70 and 100, but they were the first cub cadets to come standard with square fenders. Production of the 71, 102, and 122 ran from 1965 to 1967. During this production run, in 1966, International produced the Cub Cadet model 123. The model 123 was the same as the model 122, except the three speed gear driven transmission was replaced by a shaft driven hydrostatic transmission-making it the world's first hydrostatic-drive garden tractor. The hydrostatic transmission allowed the operator to have complete control over their speed eliminating the requirement to clutch and choose gears. Because International thought people would be skeptical of the reliability of a hydrostatic transmission, they painted a few 123s as tigers and put them in circus acts in which operators would perform tricks on them jamming it in reverse and forward to prove the durability of the new transmission.


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Posted September 09, 2014 - 02:20 PM

Cub Cadet used the same Tins on most of they're Kohler powered GTs.They used a Slightly longer Head tin on the 124 and 125.I have no idea why they did this.
 
 
Here's a pic of the longer head tin.
 
 
 
attachicon.gif$T2eC16VHJHoE9n3Ke5MmBR(Y!+rZnQ~~60_57.JPG

 
 

Here's the parts manual.
http://gardentractor...3-parts-manual/
 
Page #4 parts # 8,9 and 10
 
 
 
 
This is a really cool Read.Cub Cadet 123 Worlds 1st Hydrostatic driven Garden Tractor.
 
The next design after the Cub Cadet 70 and 100 was the Cub Cadet 71, 102, and 122. The Cub Cadet 71 was the replacement for the Cub Cadet seventy and kept many of the same features as the 70 including the pan seat, optional round fenders, and seven horsepower Kohler engine. The model 102, which replaced the model 100, was fitted with a ten horsepower Kohler engine. The Cub Cadet 122 was the first Cub Cadet Garden tractor to contain a twelve horsepower Kohler engine. The Cub Cadet 102 and 122 retained the same frame as the models 70 and 100, but they were the first cub cadets to come standard with square fenders. Production of the 71, 102, and 122 ran from 1965 to 1967. During this production run, in 1966, International produced the Cub Cadet model 123. The model 123 was the same as the model 122, except the three speed gear driven transmission was replaced by a shaft driven hydrostatic transmission-making it the world's first hydrostatic-drive garden tractor. The hydrostatic transmission allowed the operator to have complete control over their speed eliminating the requirement to clutch and choose gears. Because International thought people would be skeptical of the reliability of a hydrostatic transmission, they painted a few 123s as tigers and put them in circus acts in which operators would perform tricks on them jamming it in reverse and forward to prove the durability of the new transmission.

Well, I guess your right. I wonder how they got misplaced?

Thanks for the info!

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Posted September 09, 2014 - 02:23 PM

Yep all 3 are missing.And the PTO Engagement rod.
 
Here's yours.
attachicon.gifpost-52459-0-82807400-1410229328.jpg
 
 
 
And here's what is missing.
 
attachicon.gif3877127_orig.jpg
 
There's a 3rd shield that sits under the carb and attaches to the Head and Blower housing just like the other side but it has a hole in it and fits around the back of the carb.
 
 
Here's a pic of what the PTO rod looks like installed.
 
attachicon.gif9708426_orig.jpg
 
 
 
Your Cub looks really nice.Those parts are pretty cheap on Ebay in case he may not have them.
 
Here's the Rod.
http://www.ebay.com/...=item4adbe34804
 
And here's the Shields.Off of a Case GT but they are the same.
http://www.ebay.com/...=item2ed5f51bd6
 
If it has the Stock head on it those Tins will fit.Kohler made several variations of heads and 2 different Spark Plug locations.1 above the exhaust valve and 1 Between the exhaust and intake valve.

Thanks for the links and the info!

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Posted September 09, 2014 - 02:41 PM

Ask the fella Maybe he has them and just forgot to install them.


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Posted September 09, 2014 - 02:41 PM

Nice cub cadet, looks like new. Shame to get it dirty, but thats the way it goes.   Noel 


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Posted September 17, 2014 - 08:00 PM

It's on it's way!


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Posted September 18, 2014 - 06:53 AM

It's on it's way!


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Posted September 18, 2014 - 09:32 AM

hope it gets there safe and sound

Me too!



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Posted September 19, 2014 - 08:19 PM

The 123 should be here Tuesday. Some of the tractor came today (a box of parts)! Now I just need a 123 to put them on!
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