Displaying 48" Wheel Assembly parts for the Cub Cadet 3648

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Cub Cadet 00012187

Lug Nut, 1/2-20

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Cub Cadet 712-04311

Alternative for 00012187: NUTLUG

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Cub Cadet 01006541

Wheel Assembly, 23 x9.5-12, Dr, White

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Cub Cadet 01005738

Tire, Turf Saver, 23 x 9.50-12, 2-Ply

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Cub Cadet 01006414

Rim, 12 Dia x 7.00 width, 4x4 Bolt

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