Cub Cadet 149 vs Kicker Hay Wagon

Bill VA

Well-known Member
Another IH Cub Cadet 149 video.


One tough little tractor! I had a 100 when I was growing up on the farm. Beat the snot out of it and it kept on running. I now have a 107 that is just as tough.
I was about 8-9 years old, mowing the barnyard with our Cub Cadet 70 and Dad and neighbor getting ready to go out and bale hay. DAD waves me over to our rack, and hooks me up and says to pull the rack up to the shop so we can air up a couple tires. I get about where I was going to stop and Dad and the neighbor both hop off and push back on the rack and stop my little Cubbie in it's tracks.
Now days both my 72 and that reliable 70 are both repowered with bigger 10 & 14 hp engines, about 100+ pounds of wheel weights per rear wheel and FIRESTONE 23 degree lugged tires. If Dad and the neighbor were still around real good chance they would not have been able to stop the empty rack. I have a Cub Cadet Super garden tractor 982, 20 hp Onan engine that I HATE, but with it's weight and 12.00 x 12.00 23 degree Firestone tires it should move any empty hay rack or wagon.
THe boss took in a MF 12 on trade,we used it to move silage wagons to the sales lot,2 blocks away. The scary part was trying to stop it!

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