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Took the JBjr off.
Filled up the gas tank.
Mowed the yard.
Removed the mower deck.

Fresh Oil for the tranny and engine, new filters.
Greased the steering, front axle and wheels, lubed some linkages.
New air filter and a clean pre filter.
Cleaned and greased the deck.
Did the fuel filter and spark plugs in march.
Put the screens on the cab the other day.

I'm at home recuperating from a broken jaw....fell off a roof may 21st.
My chin landed on a rock, broke my jaw in two places and dislocated it, one tooth went flying out and I think I'll loose two more.

Anyway....I finally had a Good day, tinkering on the Cub.

365 hrs on the Cub.....she still runs real good, bought her in January of 2006.
The first few years it was mainly used for snow removal and JBjr work.
My 1320 did the mowing.....gotta get the 1320 back in service.

Time to restock the cabinets again and get ready for the next service.
 

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Congrats on getting all that taken care of, and good luck with the jaw!!!

The 2500 Series are great tractors and quite easy to service in my opinion.
 

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My 2550 got the same treatment earlier in the year, plus a few other things I had not planned on but found during spring maintenance.

Sorry to hear about your accident. Thankfully it was not worse; coming of a roof is pretty scary. How did it happen?
 

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Cool Glad t hear your tractor is working well. I did all the same thinks to my 2007 Cub Cadet GT2542 minus the spark plugs. I'm going to pull them this week and check them. Only had to replace the headlamp bulb and the PTO belt on mine broke.(Belt got damaged by a large stick that wedged itself perfectly) Glad I picked this tractor over the John Deere X300.
 
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