Welcome to CubCadet-Parts-Direct.com

CubCadet-Parts-Direct.com is powered by Weingartz — Everything From Lawn to Snow. Weingartz is a family-owned and operated outdoor power equipment dealership with five locations in Michigan. We have been in business since 1945 and have been recognized as leaders in the power equipment industry for decades. We are a full-service dealer of the brands we sell with world-class after sale support in parts and service. We have extended our offering to include e-commerce parts, leveraging our expertise in the parts industry and our in-stock parts inventory of over $3 million to create the most comprehensive e-commerce power equipment parts site on the internet.

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11 thoughts on “Welcome to CubCadet-Parts-Direct.com

  1. Cub Cadet Admin;
    This message is for the demise that many owners of Cub Cadet Compact Tractors are experiencing about obtaining repare or replacement parts for said. I have a Cub Cadet 7272 and bought it from a ex neighbor, as I know obviously why he sold it. He mentioned a minor ignition issue, and believe me it is not minor.
    I replaced the starter, alternator, battery, cables, and still it starts rarely and most often watches while I use my 1949 8N Ford Tractor struggle over the orchard. A deck that costs over 6000.00 (belly mounted) has me completely let down with the Cub Cadet name. I left a message on your (CC blog)asking for help. The tractor is showroom quality, but isn’t worth the temperament.
    AND< Cub Cadet doesn't even have parts for correction. No starter,no help and obviously irrate neighbors. As the contact for CC here, What would you do? Is MTD responsible? I have noted over 15 e-mails of other 7000 series owners with almost identical problems.
    Mr. President, please address what I can do besides asking for your concern.

    A 69 year old retired teacher who has always tried to get a quality product.

    The 7200 series must have been all lemons. Please at least,address the issue.

    From the similiar, independent questions about the CubCadet 7272 on this blog and 3 others, I understand why you stop making them. The adverb,however, can be used here and I feel someone or company should address what a owner can do to make it usable.

    • Hello, James:

      Thank you for your comment. In response to your questions, Cub Cadet Parts Direct is a parts distributor and otherwise is not affiliated with Cub Cadet. While we are more than happy to help you find the Cub Cadet parts you need, the questions you have noted above would be better addressed by Cub Cadet LLC themselves (you can contact their customer service at 1-877-428-2349). Thank you.

  2. I have a model 13AX90AR056 Lawn Tractor LTX 1040 with a 42 inch deck. I need a new deck engagement cable. Can you provide me with a cable length and designate if the length is whit or with out the spring included or a parts number.

    I broke the cable and lost it so I have need to figure out the correct length.

    Please Help

    • Daniel,
      The length of the cable is 5ft with the spring. The part number is 946-0618c and the price is around $29.99.

  3. In the article on replacing the deck belts, The Cub Cadet Lt1042 from 2006 and forward has a serious engineering flaw as to the location of the idler pulleys. One of the pulleys is located clear in the back of the deck. It sits on what I call a riser bracket. Looking at the belt diagram,the belt crosses itself twice,which frays the edges of the belt. No reason for the belt to ever cross!!!! Also.after a while of use,the belt eventually throws itself. In the process of that,it stretches the belt,so it can not any longer be used,so you have to purchase a new belt. The best that I could get out of any brand of belt was 15.9 hrs. of use. The cost on these was adding up,due to the size of lot that I mow. After at least 4 times of dealing with this,I moved the back idler pulley,and threw away that “riser kit”,and went from a 1/2″x109″ belt to a 1/2″x 96″ belt. I installed a new belt and have over 44 hrs. of use on it,and it still looks “factory-new”! My question if why counld’t the people at Cub Cadet figure this out,or did they just wan’t us to continue to replace the belts,so they could stick more money in their pockets? Your engineers there didn’t seem to know what they were doing when they designed this mowing deck!

    • Jeff,

      CubCadet-Parts-Direct.com is powered by Weingartz — a family-owned and operated outdoor power equipment dealership in Michigan. We sell power equipment parts as a Cub Cadet Independent Dealer and have no affiliation with the manufacturer, however, we will send your feedback to Cub Cadet.

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