The Cub Cadet 100 is a 2WD garden tractor from the series. This tractor was manufactured by the Cub Cadet (a part of International Harvester) in Louisville, Kentucky, USA from 1963 to 1965. The Cub Cadet 100 is equipped with a 0.4 L single-cylinder gasoline engine and one of two transmissions: shaft-driven gear type transmission with 3 forward and 1 reverse gear or creeper transmission with 6 forward and 2 reverse gears.
The Cub Cadet 100 garden tractor used the Kohler K241 engine. It is a 0.4 L, 391 cm2, (23.9 cu·in) single-cylinder natural aspirated gasoline engine with 82.6 mm (3.25 in) of the cylinder bore and 73.0 mm (2.87 in) of the piston stroke. This engine produced 10.2 PS (7.5 kW; 10.0 HP) of maximum output power.
The Cub Cadet 100 is equipped with manual steering, dry disc brakes, open operator station and 6.2 liters (1.6 US gal.; 1.4 Imp. gal) fuel tank.
Cub Cadet 100 Specifications
|Model||Cub Cadet 100|
|Height||1,010 mm (39.8 in)|
|Wheel base||1,090 mm (42.9 in)|
|Fuel tank capacity||6.2 liters (1.6 US gal.; 1.4 Imp. gal)|
|Cabin type||Open operator station|
|Engine model||Kohler K241|
|Engine type||Four-stroke, air-cooled, inline|
|Displacement||0.4 L, 391 cm2, (23.9 cu·in)|
|Bore and stroke||82.6 mm X 73.0 mm (3.25 in X 2.87 in)|
|Horsepower||10.2 PS (7.5 kW; 10.0 HP)|
|Oil type||SAE 5W-20, API SF or SG|
|Spark plug||Champion RH10|
|Intake valve clearance||0.20-0.25 mm (0.0079-0.0098 in)|
|Exhaust valve clearance||0.43-0.48 mm (0.0169-0.0189 in)|
|Transmission and chassis|
|Transmission type||Shaft-driven gear type|
|Gears||3 forward and 1 reverse|
|Gears||6 forward and 2 reverse|
|Front tires||Lawn/turf: 4.80×4.00-8, 16×6.50-8|
|Rear tires||Lawn/turf: 6-12, 8-12|
|PTO (Power take-off shaft)|
|Rear PTO type||Transmission|
|Rear PTO spped||– rpm|
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