Displaying Wheels parts for the Cub Cadet LT1018 Tractor

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Cub Cadet 734-3189

Tire, Turf, Cub Cadet 20 x 9 x 8

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Cub Cadet 734-1873-0901

Alternative for 734-3189: TIRE20 X 10 X 8S CARL

Your price: $169.90

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Cub Cadet 634-0246A

Rim Assembly, 8.0 x 6.19

(4-Lug)

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Cub Cadet 712-3050

Lug Nut, 7/16-14

Your price: $5.44

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Cub Cadet 741-3032

Bearing, Ball, .75 ID x 1.75 OD

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Cub Cadet 941-3032

Alternative for 741-3032: BALL BEARING

Your price: $28.08

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Cub Cadet 634-04104

Rim Assembly, 6 x 4.5

(Included, Bearings, Spacer an...

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Cub Cadet 731-3020

Hub Cap

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Cub Cadet 931-3020

Alternative for 731-3020: CAPHUB

Your price: $4.16

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Cub Cadet 734-3186

Tire, Turf, Cub Cadet 15 x 6 x 6

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Cub Cadet 734-3186A

Alternative for 734-3186: TIRE TURF

Your price: $89.10

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Cub Cadet N/A

Wheel Assembly, Cub Cadet 15 x 6 x 6

Front

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Cub Cadet N/A

Wheel Assembly, Cub Cadet 20 x 9 x 8

Rear

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Cub Cadet 737-0224

Grease Fitting

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Cub Cadet 734-0255

Valve, Tubeless Air

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Cub Cadet 934-0255

Alternative for 734-0255: VALVETUBELESS AIR

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Trees and Oak Wilt

Oak Wilt is a fungus that is prevalent in parts of the North East middle-Southern states. It attacks the water-carrying arteries of the tree and clogs them. Live Oaks, Red Oaks, and several other Oak species are affected. Some Live Oaks may live a year or more but the Red Oaks die quickly, usually within a few weeks to a few months. Common symptoms include "veinal necrosis", by which the leaves develop yellow to reddish-brown coloration of their veins. Oak Wilt spreads primarily in two ways. Local spread can occur through root systems, but can also spread great distances carried by specific beetles attracted to the oak sap. Any wound to the tree releases oak sap and potentially attracts the beetle. Control and protection are the primary defenses against Oak Wilt. Infected Red Oaks should be removed immediately. Burning, burying or open-air drying kills the fungus. Trenching down four feet around infected trees has halted local root spread. Any pruning of oaks should be treated with a proper pruning paint such as Tree Kote. Paint seals the wound and acts as a barrier to the beetles.