The Cub Cadet 800 is a garden tractor model from the Quietline series, manufactured from 1974 to 1975 by Cub Cadet (a part of International Harvester) in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. It was available in two-wheel drive (2WD) version.
The Cub Cadet 800 is equipped with a 305 cc (18.6 cu·in) single-cylinder gasoline engine with 74.6 mm (2.94 in) of the cylinder bore and 69.8 mm (2.75 in) of the piston stroke, and one of two transmissions: an unsynchronized gear transmission with 3 forward and 1 reverse gear (6 forward and 2 reverse gears with creeper).
The Cub Cadet 800 garden tractor features:
The Kohler K181AQS gasoline engine which produces 8.2 PS (6.0 kW; 8.0 HP) at 3,400 rpm of horsepower
Dry disc or wet disc (optional) brakes
Open operator station
Sleeve hitch (optional)
Independent front PTO with electric clutch and 3,400 rpm
Cub Cadet 30A: 38″ mower deck with 3-blade and manual lift or electric lift (optional)
960 mm (38 in)
30-110 mm (1.5-4.5 in)
Cub Cadet 44A: 44″ mower deck with 3-blade and manual lift or electric lift (optional)
1,110 mm (42 in)
20-100 mm (1-4 in)
Cub Cadet 50A: 50″ mower deck with 3-blade and manual lift or electric lift (optional)
1,270 mm (48 in)
20-100 mm (1-4 in)
Cub Cadet QA-36A: 36″ front-mount snow blower with manual lift
910 mm (36 in)
Cub Cadet QA-42A: 42″ front-mount snow blower with manual lift
1,060 mm (42 in)
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