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Years ago I had a 102 that I fully restored and regreted parting with it ever since. The 149 I have runs great, just looks a little rough, but has several things that need addressed, sloppy steering, hydro lurch, pto needs rebuilt.Years ago I had a 102 that I fully restored and regreted parting with it ever since. The 149 I have runs great, just looks a little rough, but has several things that need addressed, sloppy steering, hydro lurch, pto needs rebuilt.We would love to see pictures of your 149! Look it over and if you need help this is the place to ask. I have learned more from these guys in a couple of years than I could have learned in 15 by myself. Welcome, and you will love the 149. My favorite. During the 1960s, IH initiated an entirely new line of lawn and garden equipment aimed at the owners rural homes with large yards and private gardens. There were a wide variety of Cub Cadet branded and after-market attachments available; including mowers, blades, snow blowers, front loaders, plows, carts, etc.Cub Cadet was held as a wholly owned subsidiary for many years following this acquisition, which allowed them to operate independently. Recently, MTD has taken a more aggressive role and integrated Cub Cadet into its other lines of power equipment. It is not an official MTD Products Inc, website, and MTD Products Inc, is not responsible for any of its content. The official MTD Products Inc, website can be found at. Something went wrong. View cart for details. Gas Regulators Fits for Most Countries.User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice Norton Secured - powered by Verisign Amounts shown in italicized text are for items listed in currency other than Canadian dollars and are approximate conversions to Canadian dollars based upon Bloomberg's conversion rates. For more recent exchange rates, please use the Universal Currency Converter This page was last updated: 08-Sep 16:15. Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date.http://plashogar.com/userfiles/83-shadow-750-service-manual.xml

See each listing for international shipping options and costs. Using the online preview, you can quickly view the contents and go to the page where you will find the solution to your problem with Cub Cadet 149. To start viewing the user manual Cub Cadet 149 on full screen, use the button Fullscreen. However, if you do not want to take up too much of your disk space, you can always download it in the future from ManualsBase. The option to print the manual has also been provided, and you can use it by clicking the link above - Print the manual. You do not have to print the entire manual Cub Cadet 149 but the selected pages only. paper. If you want to quickly view the content of pages found on the following pages of the manual, you can use them. UNDER NO CIR- cation, and maintenance instructions for the CUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU ATTEMPT TO International Cub Cadet 86, 108, 128, 129, 149, SERVICE THESE UNITS YOURSELF. Only your and 169 Tractors. The material has been prepared dealer is authorized to repair or replace units on in detail to help you better understand the correct this drive under the terms of the warranty. LEFT and RIGHT indicate the left and right sides Where operating and maintaining instruc- of the tractor when facing forward in the driver's tion is required, it is included in the instruction for seat. Reference to F RaNT indicates the grille end operating and maintaining the tractor. Disregard of the tractor; to REAR the drawbar end.Be sure to observe and following these instructions. Disengage all clutches and shift into neutral before Use care when pulling loads or using heavy starting the engine.Disengage power to any attachments and stop C. Don't turn too sharp, and use care when engine before leaving operator's seat or making any backThoroughly acquaint yourself with all the instruments and controls before attempting to start or operate the tractor. Instruments and controls on the International Cub Cadet 86, 108, and 128 Tractors.http://zao-tamp.ru/images_admin/fck/83-honda-vt750-manual.xml

See pages 33 to 41 Lubrication Check the air pressure. See pages 24 to 26 Tires. Fuel System. Fill the fuel tank with gasoline. See pages 10 and 11. Fuel line 1. Fuel tank filler cap 5. Fuel shut-off valve 2. Fuel tank 6. Air cleaner 3. Carburetor (not seen) Fuel System. THROTTLE LEVER GOVERNOR This lever controls the speed of the engine. When The governor is set at the time the engine is set in a given position, it will maintain a uniform assembled and should not rMore or less choking may be necessary due to The tractor hood is arranged to swing up and variations in temperature, grade of fuel, etc. Little forward to make the engine and fuel tank readily or no choking will be needed when the engine iswarm. accessible. To raise the hood take hold of the spring latches on each side of the pedestal and lift up and out to release the spring latches from the Place the throttle The fuel tank filler cap has an air vent. Keep the vent open at all times to assure proper flow of thefuel. A CAUTION! Never remove the fuel tank cap or fill The high speed adjustment screw must be turned A CAUTION. Adjusting the Idle Adjustment Screw Adjusting the High-Speed Adjustment Screw After the high sNOTE: The battery is located in a well under the operator's seat for ease in servicing or replacement when necessary. CLUTCH AND BRAKE PEDAL Brake pedal lock in the engaged position. Adjusting the seat. LOCKING THE BRAKE Always lock the brake when the tractor is parked Before starting the tractor, adjust the seat to the on a grade. To lock the brake, press down on the most comfortable driving position. Tile the seat pedal; then place the brakeTry backing out instead of going forward. The combination clutch-brake pedal is used to disengage the engine from the transmission when Do not carry passengers or shifting gears and to actuate the brake to stop the give rides. Keep children, pets, and tractor. The pedal must be pressed all the way bystanders a safe distance away.

When the ing instructions are required.Never operate engine with re- STARTING THE TRACTOR lease lever in (up) position. Towing or pushing the tractor for more than a few 1. Depress the brake pedal and release the brakelock.Move the throttle lever to the position wherethe engine operates best for the load to be handled. STOPPING THE TRACTOR 2. Start the tractor in motion by moving the speed Move the speed control THREE-POINT HITCH When the tractor has a three-point hitch, equip- A CAUTION. Disengage power to any ment adaptable to this hitch is raised and lowered attac. Read, understand, and follow all instructions and use common sense when working on power equipment. This includes the contents of the products Operators Manual, supplied with the equipment. This avoids repeating the same procedure two or three times in the manual. You must read, understand and follow all of the directions in this manual as well as the Operators Manual before working on this power equipment. UNDER NO CIRcation, and maintenance instructions for the CUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU ATTEMPTTO International Cub Cadet 86, 108, 128, 129, 149, SERVICE THESE UNITS YOURSELF. Only your and 169 Tractors. The material has been prepared dealer is authorized to repair or replace units on in detail to help you better understand the correct this drive under the terms of the warranty. Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 MODEL DELIVERY DATE Serial No. 500718 and above. A variety of extra equipment and accessories isavailable. LEFT and RIGHT indicate of the tractor when facing Where operating and maintaining instruction is required, it is included in the instruction for seat. Reference to F RaNT of the tractor; to REAR the operating and maintaining the tractor. Disregard the instructions for equipment not on your tractor.Page 7 This symbol is used to call your attention to instructions concerning your personal safety. Be sure to observe and following these instructions.

Disengage power to any attachments and stop engine before leaving operator's seat or making any repairs or adjustments. Use care when pulling loads or using heavy equipment: -A. Use only approved hitch points. B. limit loads to those you can safety control. C. Don't turn too sharp, and use care when backing. D. Page 8 Your Cub Cadet Tractor has been safety engineered. Thoroughly acquaint yourself with all the instruments and controls before attempting to start or operate the tractor. Page 9 Instruments and controls on the International Cub Cadet 129, 149, and 169 Tractors. 10. 11. 12. 3.9. 4. 7. 8. 2. 1. 5. 6. Speed Choke Charge Throttle Brake Hydraulic Release Lighting Ignition Hour Front Lifthandlecamstop Electrict meter- pedal. See pages 33 to 41 Tires. Check the air pressure. See pages 24 to 26 Fuel System. Fill the fuel tank with gasoline. See pages 10 and 11. Fuel line 5. Fuel shut-off valve 6. Air cleaner 1. Fuel tank filler cap 2. Fuel tank 3. Carburetor (not seen) Fuel System. THROTTLE LEVER This lever controls the speed of the engine. When set in a given position, it will maintain a uniform engine speed. Page 11 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. OPERATINGTHE ENGINE LIFTING THE HOOD Pull the choke control button all the way out. More or less choking may be necessary due to variations in temperature, grade of fuel, etc. Little or no choking will be needed when the engine iswarm. The tractor hood is arranged to swing up and forward to make the engine and fuel tank readily accessible.The fuel tank filler cap has an air vent. Keep the vent open at all times to assure proper flow of thefuel. Page 13 11 FUEL SYSTEM CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS -Continued A CAUTION. If the engine shows a sooty exhaust and is sluggish under load, the high speed mixture is too rich. Page 14 Retighten the cap screws after the seat is adjusted. NOTE: The battery is located in a well under the operator's seat for ease in servicing or replacement when necessary.

CLUTCH AND BRAKE PEDAL Brake pedal lock in the engaged position. Adjusting the seat. LOCKING THE BRAKE Always lock the brake when the tractor is parked on a grade. To lock the brake, press down on the pedal; then place the brake pedal lock in the engaged position. Page 15 InternationalCub Cadet86, 108 and 128 Tractors CLUTCH-BRAKE free the tractor by speeding up the engine and suddenly engaging the clutch. Try backing out instead of going forward. PEDAL The combination clutch-brake pedal is used to disengage the engine from the transmission when shifting gears and to actuate the brake to stop the tractor. The pedal must be pressed all the way down to activate the safety starting switch when starting the engine. Do not carry passengersor give rides. Page 16 1.7 2.5 2. 3. 4. DRIVING THE TRACTDR International Cadet 86, 108 and 128 Tractors OPERATING THE CREEPER DRIVE SPEED TABLE Miles Per Hour Gear Creeper Direct Drive Drive Second 2.3.6 3.5 1.0 6.8.6 Reverse International Cub Cadet 129, 149, and 169 Tractors BRAKE PEDAL The brake pedal must be pressed all the way down to activate the safety starting switch. Page 17 DRIVING THE TRACTOR International Cub Cadet 129, 149, and 169 Tractors CAUTION. Never operate engine with release lever in (up) position. Towing or pushing the tractor for more than a few 1. Depress the brake pedal and release the brakelock.Move the throttle lever to the position wherethe engine operates best for the load to be handled. STOPPING THE TRACTOR 2. Page 18 1. Lift lever 2. Draw bar 3. Three-point hitch Orawbar and three-point hitch shown on International Cub Cadet 86 Tractor. DRAWBAR 4. Cam lock knob 5. Cam stop 6. Tang 1. Release button2. Lock button3. Lift handle Orawbar equipment must be hitched to the tractor only at the hitch hole in the drawbar. Adjustable stop limiting handle travel.ADJUSTING THE POWER TAKE-OFF CLUTCH 1. Clutch lever bracket 2. Quick attachable cotter pin 3. Clutch lever rod 4. Clutch control handle 5.

Turnbuckle The clutch is factory adjusted require further adjustment under conditions. Reverse lock pin (optional) and insert into pre-aligned holes in clevis and lower portion of rockshaft arm. Page 22 1. Float lockout pin (optional)2. Hydrostatic drive unit3. Cotter pin The hydraulic lift engine is running. OPERATING is ready to operate when the 1. Hydraulic lift handle2. Cam stop3. Locking knob INSTRUCTIONS The hydraulic control lever is spring loaded. To raise the equipment move the lever back, toward the tractor seat. To lower the equipment move the lever forward, as shown. Page 23 ENGINE COOLING This tractor has an air cooled engine. Air must be able to circulate freely around the engine, through the screen, shroud, and over the fins of the cylinder head and cylinder block. Keep these areas free of accumulated dirt and trash or engine will overheat and result in damaged moving parts. Periodic cleaning with compressed air will keep area clear for adequate cooling. Incoming air for combustion is filtered by a dry-type air cleaner having a filter element inside of the cover. Page 24 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CHARGE INDICATOR Be sure the gasket is in good condition. This instrument indicates whether the motorgenerator is charging or the battery is discharging. If it shows discharge continuously, investigate the cause to avoid completely discharging the battery and possible damage to the motor-generator. Replace a defective plug with a new plug. Page 25 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MOTOR-GENERATOR BELT -Continued Adjusting the Motor-Generator Belt Loosen the motor-generator brace bolt and mounting bolts. Move the generator away from the engine until the tension on the belt is correct. NOTE: Under no circumstances should a pry bar be used on the motor-generator to obtain belt tension as damage to the bearings will result. VOLTAGE REGULATOR A satisfactory generator charging rate is maintained by the voltage regulator.

Page 26 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM When replacing a battery, make certain the ground cable is connected to the negative (-) terminal on the battery. NOTE: Both cables must be assembled with the nuts to the inside of the terminals to prevent shorting against fender well. CAUTION! If the rider is to be tipped up or on its side remove the batteries to avoid spilling the electrolyte. Page 27 PNEUMATIC CARE OF TIRES TIRES MOUNTING TIRES ON THE RIM Avoid stumps, stones, deep ruts, curbs, and other hazards. Cuts in tires should be repaired immediately as neglect decreases the tire life. After mounting a new or old tire on the rim, inflate it to 20 pounds pressure to seat the tire bead on the rim flange. Then deflate the tire to the correct operating pressure. Keep tires free from oil and grease as both destroyrubber. Page 28 FRONT QUICK ATTACHING LATCH This latch is used for front and center mounted equipment. Refer to the equipment manual for proper instructions. FRONT WHEEL TOE-IN Tie rod and drag link ball joints. To measure for proper toe-in, make a chalk mark on the centerline of each tire the same height from the ground as the front wheel hubs. Page 29 International Cub Cadet 86, 108 and 128 Tractors Push the pedal down until the clutch just begins to release. This can be checked by shifting the transmission into third gear and rocking the tractor back and forth. If the drive shaft turns free and does not turn the engine, the clutch is disengaged. Page 30 CLUTCH-BRAKE ADJUSTING THE BRAKES -Continued To adjust the brakes block the front wheels securely and raise the tractor so the rear wheels are off the ground. A CAUTION! Be careful and take necessary precautions when raising tractor off the ground. Transmissionis in neutral I I Braking zone. When your tractor is not to be used for some time, it should be stored in a dry and protected place. See pages24 and 25. Follow the procedure outlines below when storing a tractor for an extended period of time. 1.

Page 33 When you purchased your tractor, you probably The tractor is used for so many different types of had it completely equipped for your particular work, and because it is called on to operate under needs at the time. However, later you may wish to so many different conditions, a variety of equipobtain some of the equipment or accessories shownbelow.Page 34 TROUBLE SHOOTING Possible Cause ENGINE Spark Poor Engine or plug incorrectly weak dirty; spark. Clean, reset the gap to.025 inch, or replace. For your own protection, select only oils and greases of recognized manufac- The engine crankcase is filled with ship-away oil. Always use clean containers. Keep the lubricator clean and wipe dirt from the lubrication fittings before applying the lubricator. Transmission Models 129,149, and 169 Tractors 100 Add as needed 14pt. Page 39 LUBRICATION GUIOE InternationalCub Cadets86, 108and 128 Tractors -After 1 -Oil filler cap and bayonet-type oil level gauge. Cub Cadet 86. 1A -Oil filler cap and bayonet-type oil level gauge for Cub Cadet 108 and 128. Page 40 LUBRICATION GUIDE InternationalCub Cadet86, 108and 128 Tractors -Periodic Transmission 6 -Oil 7 -Oil level and filler drain plug. plug. Creeper drive housing 8 -Level plug. 9 -Breather and filler 10 -Drain plug. Check the oil level periodically. Keep the lubricant up the the level plug (6) on the rear of the transmission case. Check the oil level periodically.Steeringknuckes (2).3. Front axle pivot pin. Steering gear housing. NOTE: To locate the lubrication fitting, turn the front wheels to the maximum right turn position. Then reach up under the right side of the tractor frame to locate the fitting. Speed Control Linkage 10. The ease of operation and ability to adjust to field conditions lighten your work and shorten your hours on the job. Be sure to read the instructions for Adjusting and Operating in this manual.

Check each item referred to and acquaint yourself with the adjustments required to obtain efficient operation and maximum trouble-free performance. Page 49 ute The 3 spindle, center mounted, 38-, 44-, and 50inch rotary mowers are designed for use on International Cub Cadet Tractors having serial number 400,001 and higher, and are quick detachable by the use of two spring loaded handles and two bayonet type hangers. The three cutting blades are designed to create a suction to lift the grass and hold it for an even cut. Raising and lowering of the mower is done by means of the tractor lift handle or the power lift. Page 50 Do 2. 3. 4. CAUTIONI This symbol is used to call your attention to instructions concerning your personal safety. Be sure to observeand follow these precautionary instructions. Be sure all stones, branches, or other objects that might be picked up and thrown by the mower blades are removed before starting to mow. The discharge shield on the mower must be attached at all times while operating the mower. Support pins (spring loaded) 12. Deflector shield13. Gauge wheels 1. Power take-off clutch lever2. Mower support brackets3. Page 53 51 ADJUSTINGAND OPERATING LEVEL ADJUSTMENT -Continued 1. Support brackets2. Support clevises 38-inch mower shown. A CAUTION! Be sure to turn off the engine, remove the ignition key, set the brake pedal in the locked position, and disengagethe power take-off clutch. Set the lift handle stop for the desired mowing height. To set the lift handle stop, raise the mower to the desired cutting height and adjust the stop so it contacts the lift handle. Then tighten the knob securely. Page 54 ADJUSTINGAND OPERATING V-BEL T Main Drive Belt-(38-inch mower) 1. V-belt tension bolt2. Extension spring measurement3. Front hanger cover The main drive V -belt is adjusted for tension by the V-belt tension bolt. Tighten the locknut to increase belt tension and loosen the locknut to decrease the belt tension.

Page 56 ADJUSTINGAND DPERATING HEIGHT OF CUT Also, before winter storage, remove idler pivot shaft and grease the area where the torsion spring and id ler arm tube ride. Set the lift stop for the desired height of cut. Refer to the Tractor Operator's Manual with respect to the type of I ift system on the tractor. CLEANING Clean the underside of the mower at the end of the mowing season and when the build-up of cut material on the underside is noticed. Also, remove the belt cover and remove any accumulation. Page 57 Page 58 Page 59 Page 60 Page 61 Page 62 Page 63 Page 64 Page 65 Page 66 Page 67 No accident-prevention program can be suc- industrial plant, can be safer than the man who cessful without the wholehearted co-operation is at the controls. Page Count: 3 Cub Cadet Models 86 108 128 129 149 and 169 Operators ManualHAVE for anyone 149, and 169.Back to International Harvester Manuals Page Model: 149 International Harvester Cub Cadet. Tractor and Rotary Mower Owners ManualSERVICE MANUAL Download: cub-cadet-149-service-manual.pdf cub cadet 149 serviceYour model number is required to find your owners manual. Operator's Manual Disclaimer. Cub Cadet is a registered trademark.Where can I download a Cub Cadet Professional Service Shop Manual.Loader, Attaches To Cub, Cub Loboy, 140 Parts Manual, 14 pagesListing of Manuals for Cub Cadet. Ih Cub Cadet 86 108 128 129 149 169 Tractor Owner. Manua Ih Cub International 72 104 105 124 125 Tractors OperationsService Manuals: Service Locator Customer Support: Buy Cub Cadet Parts: Online Manuals. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view these manuals and can beCub Cadet 7360ss Series Compact Tractor Service Repair Workshop Manual DownloadFind out the answer for free andOperator's Manuals Results.Download Manuals for ami rowe jukebox.pdf. Download Strukturiertes klinisches interview manual.pdf. Download Sears kenmore sewing machine manual 5186.pdf. Download Orion 550 ph meter manual.pdf. Download Kaeser csd 100 service manual.

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