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    Posted 4 years ago

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    Hello. Please help me identify this gorgeous thing. It looks like it may have originally been red but the green looks very old also. There is no identifiable name anywhere. Serial number on the steering column looks like 117 3827 or something similar. Thank you

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 4 years ago
      Looks to be a manual lift deck with the deck lift lever on the right side. Far as I know John Deere always mounted theirs on the left with the manual lift. The one fender you have might match to a 1966 or 67 JD 110 round fender lawn tractor. The 112 also had round fenders but I think the 112 was hydraulic lift. I sooner think this was an International Cub Cadet that someone painted. They used the right deck lift and the deck skids on this match up. Early on some cubs were red in color before they went yellow and white. The foot rests match up and so does the tire width. Cubs had much narrower tires than other lawn tractors because they were advertised and sold as a garden tractor before the actual lawn tractors became popular. Around 1963 the cubs had partial round fenders like the one on the tractor above. Just my 2 cents.

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