Knowing the model year of your Cub Cadet is mandatory if you need to find parts for it; it's also helpful if you wish to sell your equipment. Finding this information isn't always simple, but locating the model and serial number tag is pivotal in determining your model year. Some older products have this information stamped into the metal while newer models have it on a 2-inch by 3-inch sticker.
Locate the model and serial number tag or stamp on your piece of equipment. Depending on the type of equipment, this could be under the seat, below the dash panel, on the frame or in a number of other locations. See Resource 1 for a complete listing of locations organized by the type of equipment.
Locate the fifth number of the serial number to identify the last digit of the model year. For example, if the fifth digit is "5," the model year could have been 1985, 1995 or 2005. On older International Cub Cadets, the serial number is at the end of a longer number and needs to be matched to the model year by either using the table in Resource 2 or by calling Cub Cadet.
Below we've added a selection of service manuals for some of the most popular Cub Cadet mowers, tractors, zero-turns and snow blowers. These manuals are for reference purposes only - once you are ready to purchase, please either type the exact part number in the search box above, or click the 'Parts Lookup' tab above to use our advance Cub Cadet parts search.
KOHLER engine identification numbers (model, specification and serial) hold the keys to efficient repair, ordering the correct parts and engine replacement. These are printed on a silver decal, which is normally affixed to the blower housing of the engine. Make a note of your engine identification numbers in your owner's manual for handy reference.
Hello,Here is the part number for the repair kit for that particular transaxle with that serial number>> 19215499271.you will want to order from the Distributor for Finland, if that is where you are located.
Hello,It seems you have one too many digits in the serial number for this unit. Do be careful with the K46AW as the parts for this unit are serial number specific and you can get the wrong parts for your transaxle if you are not in the correct serial number break.
Hello,I do not have good tractor data for Husqvarna. What I would need is the serial number of the transaxle itself and that can be found on a bar code sticker that is on the case of the transaxle close to one of the axles. Normally you can see it from the rear of the tractor. Get me the number following the S/N and I can help you.
I have a JD L110. Found a used transaxle on line with the same JD part number of AM131575 but the serial # is different (46V- 0064049 mine is 46V- 0089577). Both are TUFF TORQ K46V S/N: . Is it safe to assume that if the OEM part number is the same the transaxle will fit?Thank You
Hello,We do have some parts for that unit. it is a K61D according to Tuff Torq though Toro did call it the K61A for them. We do have a distributor for Argentina. Before you call or email make sure you get the serial number which is stamped on the top by the oil fill area. The CSR will need that number.Gardner Exportsexports@gardnerinc.com614.456.4170
Hello,According to the JohnDeere website, it is the K46HD. You should be able to locate a bar code sticker on the case of the transmission close to one of the axles and on that sticker the serial number should start with 46HD. That will verify that it is the K46HD.
Hello,I am sorry but I do not have good tractor data. On the transmission itself there is a bar code sticker that has all the pertinent information on it like the model and serial number. get me the information on that sticker and I can get you the type of transmission.
Hello,I do not have great tractor data. Your best bet is to check the bar code sticker on the case of the transmission. Otherwise, you can contact a Cub Cadet dealer with your serial number of the tractor and they should be able to give you their part number and I can cross that number.
Hello,I do not have good tractor information. I would need the serial number off of the transmission itself. It is usually located on the case of the transmission close to one of the axles. Normally you can see it from the rear of the tractor. Armed with that I can get you what you want.
Hello,There were a number of different transmissions installed in that tractor. The easiest thing to do would be to call a John Deere dealer armed with the tractor serial number and they can get you the part number for the transmission. More than likely I do not have parts for those transmissions because they are obsolete.
Hello,I do not have good information on tractors. The barcode sticker on the transmission itself has the serial number and will tell me which transmission it is. Get that to me and I can tell you the transmission name and number. You can email it to email@example.com. 2b1af7f3a8