Re: Towing and Pulling Capacities Cub Cadets
Little story about pulling power with our 3204...It pulled my truck up a 200' drive way, 10' rise in the 200 feet, when the fuel pump quit on RT66 as I was pulling into my parents driveway, "the farm". Although it could have died on RT66.
Now to fix the problem I needed to get my truck up the driveway into the barn so I could work on it and not block the driveway. We hooked up the 3204 to the truck, and amazingly it pulled it up the slope, the truck weighs 8000lbs and of course the tank was 7/8 full
. We drove the tractor into the barn as far as it would go, which put the truck at the edge of the barn. We then drove the tractor out of the barn, and rehooked up the chain to finish pulling the truck into the barn, then the fun started. Here is the truck that was pulled. That's Snap200's 1855a snapper in the front of it with the Troy-Built Tiller loaded up to go and till his gardens. A good friend borrows your stuff keeping it alive and running, and returns it perfect.
Cub Cadet 3204 with:
54" Dozer Blade w/carryall sides
45" Snow Thrower, Snow Cover, lights+weights
3 Point Hitch w/2" receiver
23" Rear Ag Tires, 18" Front, 4-Ply
Dual Lift front hitch w/Angle
Homemade: front bucket, dirt scoop, boom pole, york rake.
3 point ripper, winch, battering ram, hyd press, crane, etc. Front or Rear hookup