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Roger Nickerson rogern@ipinc.net
From: Oregon City, OR Added: Thursday, April 26, 2001 2:48 AM
Comments: Mr. Elliott: Not sure a 1946 FCUB is in the IH system, of numbers. Where did you come up with '46 date? I just completed my 1947, #3628 back to factory specs, so have been in contact with many "cubbers". I do have a contact for lense for lights if you have not already secured one. They have a 1-800 number here in Oregon for your use--let me know...

Bob Elliott raelliott1@msn.com
From: Fallston, Maryland Added: Friday, April 13, 2001 9:14 PM
Comments: I have a 1946 Fcub and I am looking for a headlamp lens - dropped one while replacing the bulb - what a jerk Any help would be appreciated.

Jim & Judy McCracken wvajim@iolinc.net
From: WEST VIRGINIA Added: Friday, April 13, 2001 8:57 PM
Comments: My wife and I are Farmall fans. She and I both like the CUBS and I also like the Super "A"s near future plans indicate. A CUB for HER and a Super A for ME. Plan to SHOW both and Parade both.

Jim & Judy McCracken wvajim@iolinc.net
From: WEST VIRGINIA Added: Friday, April 13, 2001 8:50 PM
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Edward se8hawk@bellatlantic.net
From: Pennsylvania Added: Wednesday, April 11, 2001 1:30 PM
Comments: I have a 47 International Cub Lowboy that I would like to change over to 12 volt can anyone help me out with this?. Also I have no compression in # 3 cylinder,the tractor sat for 2 years with out being started could it be possible it has a stuck valve?.One more thing the engine runs better when I disconnect # 2 plug wire could I have a stuck valve there also? Thanks for any info I can get

D. Stewart cabbagenkim@worldnet.att.net
From: Lynchburg, Va. Added: Monday, April 9, 2001 10:32 PM
Comments: Great site !! Am hoping to own a Cub soon as I have just purchased 5 acres all in grass and would like to get into antique tractors rather than the new units of today. Your site has been very informative thus far and I'm sure I will be revisiting on a regular basis. Thanks

Larry Whinery lawlcvf@juno.com
From: Indiana Added: Sunday, April 8, 2001 10:33 PM
Comments: Neat Site! I am aware that there are many implements for the Cub, but don't know the whole list. Any ideas how to find out how many/what kind? also, sources of same? Thanks, Larry

G. Sinclair bigbari@attcanada.net
From: St. Bernard de Lacolle, Quebec Added: Wednesday, April 4, 2001 9:45 PM
Comments: Just purchased two cubs at auction. Don't know much about them yet. When the snow melts I'll be able to check for year, etc. Both have hydraulics and signs of fresh oil leaks on engine, which is good news. I'll update when I find out more.

wayne miller dutch99_27203@yahoo.com
From: asheboro nc Added: Tuesday, April 3, 2001 8:09 PM
Comments: I HAVE 1951 THAT MY FATHER BOUGHT IN ASHEBORO AT HOLT EQU. IN 1951 I HAVE RESTORED IT 90 %

Andrew J. Breslin Breslin101@aol.com
From: Lenox,Ma. 01201 Added: Thursday, March 29, 2001 7:24 AM
Comments: I am looking for a Farmall Cub with a sickle bar and small snow type plow for our 12 acres in western Mass. I drove an H years ago in Pa. but that would be too big for our needs. Hope someone out there can help.

Vince Franzen franzva1940@yahoo.com
From: Park Falls, Wi 54552 Added: Wednesday, March 28, 2001 3:39 PM
Comments: Can anyone help me locate a 3 point hitch for my 1951 Cub?

M.Johnson scenicpad@hotmail.com
From: Marengo Il 60152 Added: Wednesday, March 21, 2001 5:01 PM
Comments: I have an 1965 International cub low boy ser (19709J) with an 60" I.H. belly mower. I am looking for an owners manual for the mower the mower has no I.D. plate. Thanks M.Johnson

John Schreiber jrsch@bellsouth.net
From: Dallas, GA Added: Wednesday, March 21, 2001 2:26 PM
Comments: Veiwing your website byought back memories of the 1950 cub that I owned from 1959 until 1979. It was a great gardenimg equipment. Thanks !

Dan Raney Dan@CodyLive.net
From: Cody, Wyoming Added: Tuesday, March 20, 2001 12:28 AM
Comments: Nifty, clean, and informative site! I don't own my own tractor, except a dinky JD Lawn tractor, but looking at these beautifully restored Farmall's makes me want to get back on one. As you know I havn't been on one since Gramp's old Farmall quit working yarns ago. You'll have to let me drive yours around next time I'm in town.

Visit my websites: Sophie Raney or Someday a Blessing

malcolm cathyandmalcolm@sympatico.ca
From: cobourg,ontario canada Added: Monday, March 19, 2001 11:36 PM
Comments: I restored 1955 cub lowboy that I retrieved from an elderly gent in much need of TLC It is now in mint condition. Does anyone know where there might be a set of cultivators for this tractor

malcolm cathyandmalcolm@sympatico.ca
From: cobourg,ontario canada Added: Monday, March 19, 2001 11:36 PM
Comments: I restored 1955 cub lowboy that I retrieved from an elderly gent in much need of TLC It is now in mint condition. Does anyone know where there might be a set of cultivators for this tractor

Rick Weikel weikey@yahoo.com
From: Beavertown,Pa. Added: Saturday, March 17, 2001 12:02 AM
Comments: Have a 1954 cub with belly mower real neat tractors just not quite big enough for the 19 acres I bought two years ago going to sell this little girl . has excellent tin purs like a kittencould use a few minors but for the hobbiest/collector its ALL there 1954 international cub lowboy with belly mower would like 2500.00 towards bigger tractor needs a good home to keep it all together. neat site

Rick Weikel weikey@yahoo.com
From: Beavertown,Pa. Added: Friday, March 16, 2001 11:53 PM
Comments: Have a 1954 cub with belly mower real neat tractors just not quite big enough for the 19 acres I bought two years ago going to sell this little girl . has excellent tin purs like a kittencould use a few minors but for the hobbiest/collector its ALL there 1954 international cub lowboy with belly mower would like 2500.00 towards bigger tractor needs a good home to keep it all together. neat site

Chris Northdcody@aol.com
From: New Egypt, NJ Added: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 7:19 PM
Comments: LOOKING for a HAND CRANK for a 1949 farmall cub. Please E-mail me A.S.A.P. ( Birthday Gift ) for someone special. GREAT SITE !!!! Thanks

Tim Von Engeln tvonengeln@hotmail.com
From: Boonville, Mo Added: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 1:44 PM
Comments: I'm still looking for a 12 inch bottom plow (and a disk would be nice too) for my 49 cub. Also, I'm interested in a used Wood's belly mower (42inch) Please email me if you know any one in the area of Central Mo. who might have these.

Randy LaBorde laborde.sharon@mayo.edu
From: Added: Sunday, March 11, 2001 2:43 PM
Comments: I want to know lifting limitations on a Model F Cub hydraulic system.

RON BUTLER BUTLER@CALGONCARBON.COM
From: SOUTH MS Added: Friday, March 9, 2001 12:32 AM
Comments: 1950 MODEL SERIAL #110450 I HAVE IT 20 YEARS NEED ORIGINAL STYLE MESH GRILL PLEASE RESPOND

Peter Reynolds Rhinoboy618@cs.com
From: Indianapolis Indiana Added: Tuesday, March 6, 2001 8:00 PM
Comments: Just dragged a 1948 or 49 Cub out of a barn with our mini van. I had the thrill of riding on the tractor while being pulled behind the mini van. I steered it a little and used the brakes a bit, it was awesome. I can only hope that in a matter of time, I will have the same joy of riding on the Cub, only not being pulled behind a mini van.Hahahaha. Seems like an awesome machine.

Charlie Wilson charwil@xtra.co.nz
From: Lumsden, South Island, New Zealand. Added: Saturday, March 3, 2001 10:32 PM
Comments: Our Cub Serial No.114843 should make it a 1950 Model, put me right if I'm wrong. It has been in our family now 30years, Looks neat and tidy but I am going to repaint and replace the decals this year.

R.G. Nickerson rogern@Onemain.com
From: Oregon City, Oregon Added: Saturday, February 17, 2001 10:30 PM
Comments: Just completed 1947 (#3682) Cub. What a joy and a hoot! Had local PPG Auto Paint dealer devise the new Poly-Chemical resistant paint to match the factory's signal red.. Runs like a charm. Know more about magneto's, oil seals, axel's, timing, tires, rims and radiator, than I every thought would need to know. Ready for summer National Antique Farm Fair in Brooks Oregon... See you there...

J R Timms rufus_timms@hotmail.com
From: Winnsboro, SC Added: Friday, February 16, 2001 4:39 PM
Comments: Just bought a 1948 cub. Problems is, it is in pieces. Bellhousing back, engine block, front end and 4 boxes of assorted parts. Didn't have the chance to take it apart. should have fun putting it back together. The person who had it before, was in the process of overhauling the engine,lost intrest and never finished. Great web site and fun getting to know everybody!

AlBie sab@pathway.bet
From: Northwest Pa Added: Monday, February 12, 2001 8:44 AM
Comments: Hi TODD COOPER: We are having a Cub workshop held here in Western Pa. for the owners that may want to share their knowledge in servicing their Cubs. If you have an interest ...e-mail...AlBie

James rothove jameskil@lycos.com
From: Polo mo. Added: Sunday, February 11, 2001 11:54 AM
Comments: I have a 51 Farmall Cub,serial # 111665. I am looking for a front grill,crank for crank starting,and front lights.Please e-mail me if you know where I might find these parts. Thanks.

todd cooper
From: ashtabula ohio Added: Sunday, February 11, 2001 10:40 AM
Comments: Just resently purchased a 1954 cub perfect condition many implements.Never owned a tractor before reading what everbody says about them here i think i made a great purchase i only paid 2,000

Mark Morenz mamorenz@advancenet.net
From: Champaign, Illinois Added: Saturday, February 10, 2001 8:07 PM
Comments: I looking for a short shank chisel tooth attachment for a Cub-F7 tool bar.

Fritsche Roland rfritsche@mails.ch
From: Farmall Cub 1945 .....www.fritsche-lm.ch Added: Thursday, February 8, 2001 7:17 AM
Comments: Hallo Ich bin per Zufall auf eure Page gekommen und finde es super das es Leute gibt die den Farmall Cup auch so mögen wie ich. Ich habe einen Farmall Cub 1945. Den wir selebr aufgerichtet haben, Teile aus Frankreich und Amerika mussten wir einfliegen lassen ... (Wir leben in der Schweiz) Viele Grüsse Roland Fritsche, Marbach Schweiz

Larry Burnworth sundance@coolsky.com
From: Huntington, In. Added: Saturday, February 3, 2001 5:26 PM
Comments: Have a (mid sixty's) Cub for sale. Choice cond.. Witha Woods 60" belly mower. sundance@coolsky.com 1st time offered on Feb 3rd, 2001

Douglas Hoffbauer lhoffbauer@prodigy.net
From: Duluth, MN Added: Friday, February 2, 2001 9:52 PM
Comments: looking for apto converter for a cub to run sprayer etc. Use cub regularly on produce/christmas tree farm

H.T.OWENS NONE
From: FRANKLIN TEXAS Added: Thursday, February 1, 2001 1:55 AM
Comments: WHAT A GREAT PLACE.SINCE I PURCHASED MY 52 CUB I DON'T KNOW HOW WE GOT ALONG.THE BEST MOWING UNIT WE HAVE EVER HAD.APPEARS IN THE BARN BY OUR FARMALL C AND THE C HAS NOT MOVED SINCE THE CUB SHOWED UP.IT REPLACES 2 LAWN TRACTORS AND TRIMS FENCE LINE BETTER THAN THE C.A VERY QUIET RIG.

H.T. OWENS NONE YET
From: FRANKLIN,TEXAS Added: Thursday, February 1, 2001 12:49 AM
Comments: Have a 52 model and its a great little mowing out fit. After 30 years with a Farmall C I like the smaller size for the yard.It has its original Turf tires still on the ground. Other than a touchup on the cowling its original and unrestored with no known vices. GREAT SITE! " I SHALL RETURN"

Bob Dorsey rdorsey@dorseyplus.com
From: Columbus, OH Added: Tuesday, January 30, 2001 5:37 PM
Comments: I am rebuilding a '47 cub that has been in my family since it was new. Can anyone refer me to a source for rebuilding the engine?

Tim Von Engeln tvonengeln@hotmail.com
From: Boonville,Mo. Added: Monday, January 29, 2001 5:27 PM
Comments: I have a 1949 cub that has been overhauled but I don't have any plows or other equipment. Is it possible to use a finish mower with a cub? I only hear others talking about belly mowers. Also, I'm looking for a 12 inch plow.

Keith Hilbert Northdcody@aol.com
From: Columbus, N.J. Added: Sunday, January 28, 2001 3:40 PM
Comments: I have restored a 1949 farmall cub w/belly mower. I am interested in locating other implements for it. I would like to locate in the tri-state area a push blade w/brackets, one bottom plow or any other original equipment. Please contact me at my E-mail address. P.S. GREAT SIGHT Many Thanks!

Darren Wright gypsyrows@juno.com
From: Silvana, WA Added: Sunday, January 28, 2001 1:32 PM
Comments: I've got a '48 Cub I use for precision planting, fertilizing and cultivating 20 acres of market produce. I grin, she purrs, we dance. NEED: OLD-STYLE FERT UNIT (TIN HOPPER) LEFT SIDE complete w/ hopper, platform and u-joint

G. F. Picha Doug3634@aol.com
From: Robstown, TX Added: Saturday, January 27, 2001 1:55 AM
Comments: I Grew up around a CUB Tractor. Its a 1950 Model. I am proud to own it now along with another that I purchased from an uncle. It is a 1947 Model. Have Moldboard plows, cultivator, Caldwell rotary mower. Use both for various duties raising Vegetables and Sweet Corn.

Bob Cothran guildgang@sugar-river.net
From: Newport, NH Added: Thursday, January 25, 2001 10:53 AM
Comments: I have a 48 cub with no hydraulics, it was in my wifes family since bought by her greatgrandfather. I am looking for a snow plow for it.

Greg Corn gbcorn@cs.com
From: Carmel Indiana Added: Wednesday, January 24, 2001 8:54 PM
Comments: Nice Website! I am sure I will visit often. I have a 1948 Cub that is stored in a friends barn. My father (a John Deere Man) purchased it about 1965. My folks are gone now, and the John Deeres' as well, but everytime I get on that Cub,it brings back a lot of good memories. Hope to someday complete my restoration.

Jarrod Britt JarrodIHC@MSN.COM
From: Monroe.NC Added: Thursday, January 18, 2001 7:12 PM
Comments: This was the first tractor i ever drove.It was my Grandpa's.He give it to me about 6 months ago.I use it cultivating my LARGE garden.It is a 56 model s/n 195919.Will be fully restored one of these days.GREAT tractor!

Paul McAfee CLANMCAFEE@PRODIGY.NET
From: S. Lake Tahoe, CA. Added: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 1:35 AM
Comments: Yes, that mower looks just like the mower I have on my Cub #19049! Actually Mines a little different because I'm about half way through rebuilding it now. Does anyone know where I can find cutters and guides for the bar?? Great website! Paul.

HARRY MCMURTER charlen@lks.net
From: BRIGHTON ONTARIO CANADA Added: Sunday, January 14, 2001 9:27 PM
Comments: FIRST TIME ON SITE, AM ENJOYING IT I HAVE 2 1948 CUBS SERIAL 43643 IN RESORATION AND 43651 THE WORK MACHINE. LOOKING FOR 1 ROW SEEDER COMPLETE WITH ALL SEED DISKS

Jason Bydalek jasonandmissy@netnitco.net
From: Lowell,Indiana Added: Sunday, January 14, 2001 11:18 AM
Comments: It's good to know there is a place to go to find help with your cub

Todd Smith cam1rider@sympatico.ca
From: Ontario, Canada Added: Thursday, January 11, 2001 9:48 PM
Comments: Learned some useful hints. Anyone close to me?

Todd Smith
From: Added: Thursday, January 11, 2001 9:45 PM
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Gib amgirard@ntl.sympatico.com
From: Ontario, Can. Added: Tuesday, January 9, 2001 8:57 PM
Comments: Looking for a belly mower or sickle bar mower for my 1948 Farmall cub. Will sell or exchange a 3-gang mower

Dennis Gintowt gintowtwelder@aol.com
From: Southampton, MA Added: Sunday, January 7, 2001 9:36 AM
Comments: This is a nice website. Hope to see it grow! I have a 1949 Farmall Cub with hydraulics. Has an excellent engine, implements include a front blade, fast-hitch grading blade, carry-all, landscape rake, disc harrow, spring-tooth harrow, land plow, mott flail mower. Will be visiting site again and again. --Dennis Gintowt

kurt kgetchel@netzero.com
From: ortonville Mi. Added: Tuesday, January 2, 2001 6:35 AM
Comments: PURCHASED A 1951 FARMALL CUB, W/ FRONT HYD. BLADE. TOO SMALL FOR A 1/4 MILE LONG DRIVEWAY. WILLING TO SELL. RUNS GOOD, NEEDS PAINT.

Howard Clark hic17249@yahoo.com
From: Rockhill Furnace PA Added: Sunday, December 31, 2000 12:34 AM
Comments: I have a 48 cub that I just bought. It run good but it needed the carb rebuilt. I rebuilt the carb and put it back on, now the govenor is holding the throttle closed. It will not do anything when you work the throttle lever when it is running, but it will work the throttle when it is not running. Any help would be great!!!

Kent Brown brownfoote@mindspring.com
From: Phoenixville, PA Added: Sunday, December 31, 2000 11:19 AM
Comments: My grandfather had a 1947 Cub and I was just interested in getting a sense of how "available" Cubs were to purchase.

Don Myers myers1@mines.missouri.org
From: Fredericktown MO Added: Saturday, December 30, 2000 9:53 PM
Comments: I have several cub tractors for sale. I also have a large variety of cub equipment. You can e-mail me or call and ask for Don at (573) 783-7315

Don Myers myers1@mines.missouri.org
From: Fredericktown MO Added: Saturday, December 30, 2000 9:44 PM
Comments: I have several cub tractors for sale. I also have parts and a large variety of cub equipment. You can e-mail me or call and ask for Don at (573) 783-7315

David Sullivan Zanusco1@msn.com
From: Bozeman Montana Added: Monday, December 25, 2000 4:19 PM
Comments: I have a 54 cub I use for plowing snow and mowing fields. Works great

G. Schutte g_schutte@yahoo.com
From: HOLLAND Added: Sunday, December 24, 2000 4:47 AM
Comments: Ik bezit 2 FARMALL CUBS een uit 1950 en een uit 1951 ze zijn helemaal gerestaureerd.

Charley Marcussen chuckomc@bellsouth.net
From: Slidell Louisiana 70458 Added: Saturday, December 23, 2000 11:34 AM
Comments: I bought a Cub and from your pages now know just what it is.The sereal noumber indicates it is a1954 model with noumber186406. there is also a J on the plate and I do not know what that means.Any help in this area would be most welcome. Chuck Marcussen

mark mjaxn82361@aol.com
From: East Dubuque, IL Added: Sunday, December 17, 2000 12:51 AM
Comments: I just purchased a 57' farmall cub..have manuals on the way but would like to hook up the front snow/grader blade by tomorrows snow...can anyone explain to me how the main bracket hooks up underneath the tractor?..do the brackets hook up to a piece that goes through the tool bar holder behind the front axle?....Thanks!...great site!

Bruce Maker bmaker@infoblvd.net
From: Swain,NY Added: Sunday, December 17, 2000 11:38 AM
Comments: I have a 1948 Cub that I need a Exhaust Manifold for. I need the manifold that exits under the Tractor. You can call me at 607-545-6250 if anyone has one or knows someone who might know where I could get one.

Bob & Beth Evans Bevanstractors@aol.com
From: Hartselle, Alabama Added: Sunday, December 17, 2000 10:10 AM
Comments: A Farmall Family,A Louisville Super M wide front,2pt.hitch,a Super W4,48'HV High-crop,and 2 55'Cub Lo-Boys, all restored.Enjoy this site.

Dennis Littrell jnco9887@yahoo.com
From: Owasso Oklahoma Added: Monday, December 11, 2000 11:41 PM
Comments: I have a 48 cub, have changed from mag to battery distributor. Would like to have mag rebuilt.. Any information would be appreicated.. Thanks..

Rick Babbs rltb@tls.net
From: Seymour,Indiana Added: Monday, December 11, 2000 11:39 AM
Comments: I am delighted to see a site dedicated to the Farmall Cub.I purchased a 1960 Cub about 6 months ago and have been amazed at the amount of people that enjoy these tractors! Mine is a worker for now.Will be restoring it over the winter.My hat's off to Dennis,Great site. Will be visting again and again.

Clark thompson tractorman453657@aol.com
From: ohio Added: Tuesday, December 5, 2000 1:23 PM
Comments: i grew up around cub's, i've always had one. my grandfather was a local dealer in the 50's and i was always helping him in the repair shop.when i was 12 years old he gave me a cub to use for transportation and i used it for 4 years and probabley put a 100,000 miles on it. this led to my firs restoration about 25 years ago. since then i've dont about 25 to 30 cub's. i currentley have a 48 cub that is a show tractor and i also have a 1960 cub that i just ourchased 3 months ago, it is in very good condition and just is in need of a good paint job. i have also a 52 cub that i just finished and is in ti top shape and is forsale.im currentley restoreing a 49 cub and hope to have it done for the spring and it will also be forsale.im interested in talkind cub's and will answere questions.ill try and post some pictures.

Clark thompson tractorman453657@aol.com
From: ohio Added: Tuesday, December 5, 2000 1:20 PM
Comments: i grew up around cub's, i've always had one. my grandfather was a local dealer in the 50's and i was always helping him in the repair shop.when i was 12 years old he gave me a cub to use for transportation and i used it for 4 years and probabley put a 100,000 miles on it. this led to my firs restoration about 25 years ago. since then i've dont about 25 to 30 cub's. i currentley have a 48 cub that is a show tractor and i also have a 1960 cub that i just ourchased 3 months ago, it is in very good condition and just is in need of a good paint job. i have also a 52 cub that i just finished and is in ti top shape and is forsale.im currentley restoreing a 49 cub and hope to have it done for the spring and it will also be forsale.im interested in talkind cub's and will answere questions.ill try and post some pictures.

BRUCE STEVENS BSTEVENS@VALLEY.NET
From: WEST CANAAN NH Added: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 8:35 PM
Comments: I HAVE A 51 THAT MY GREAT UNCLE USED TO HAUL WOOD WITH FOR 48 YEARS. HE DIED IN 98. THE TRACTOR SAT OUTSIDE FOR YEARS. I PUT ON TWO FRONT TIRES ON IT AND DROVE IT HOME. RUNS LIKE A TOP, WOULD LIKE TO FIND A SEAT. ANY IDEAS

Chad Zimmerman ChadZ66@cs.com
From: Kent, New York Added: Tuesday, November 28, 2000 8:59 PM
Comments: I just purchased a 1958 Cub last year. What a handy machine to have around. It has a push/grader blade, single point hitch, land plow, disc, weights, chains, and a Mott flail mower. It has been changed over to an 8 volt system. I am looking for a flat draw bar with side brackets or a complete sickle bar mower. Would consider a Mott to sickle trade.

JOHN HARGIS jhargis@mines.missouri.org
From: FREDERICKTOWN MO Added: Monday, November 27, 2000 10:21 PM
Comments: I HAVE SALVAGED OVER 200 CUBS. THESE ARE ON THE SHELF AND READY TO SHIP. PLUS LOTS OF IMPLEMENTS COMPLETE AND PARTS. JUST CALL 573-783-7055 ASK FOR JOHN JR

JOHN HARGIS jhargis@mines.missouri.org
From: FREDERICKTOWN MO Added: Monday, November 27, 2000 10:20 PM
Comments: I HAVE SALVAGED OVER 200 CUBS. THESE ARE ON THE SHELF AND READY TO SHIP. PLUS LOTS OF IMPLEMENTS COMPLETE AND PARTS. JUST CALL 573-783-7055 ASK FOR JOHN JR

Cecil Diamond phtelec1@aol.com
From: Valatie, New York Added: Saturday, November 25, 2000 7:40 PM
Comments: I have a 52 cub with hydralics. Came with a snow plow and cultivators. I am looking for all sorts of implements. Please email with any for sale.

Lyman Fairman willy1937@hotmail.com
From: Johnstown, PA USA Added: Friday, November 24, 2000 9:20 PM
Comments: I have a Farmall Cub and all the attachments to go with it. I love it. It is great.

Dave Whiteneck DWhiteneck@aol.com
From: Danville NH Added: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 5:26 AM
Comments: Great Site!! I've got a '65 cub in great shape only needed paint, just bought a '51 cub w/ two arm Wagnerloader w/ trip bucket needs some minor work and paint also needs a grille. Contact me anytime.

Tim J. Leonard Snotracks@aol.com
From: New Hampshire Added: Saturday, November 18, 2000 7:21 PM
Comments: I have two farmall cubs both 1954/55 years. One has Hydraulics and the other doesn't. Does anyone have the complete touch control unit and pump etc. to make this cub complete with hydraulics, for sale? Please help me if you can or recommend someone? Many Thanks!

Frank Courter fcourter@cub.kcnet.org
From: Blanchard, PA Added: Thursday, November 16, 2000 7:53 PM
Comments: I have finally torn down the engine on my 52 Cub. The news is not good. The valve seats are badly pitted beyond repair, #2 piston scored the cylinder wall, all the bearings need replaced, etc. etc. etc. I finally gave up on getting machine work done locally and ordered a block assemble from farmandcountry.com.

Scott Bastian kd6qzx@netzero.net
From: Fullerton,CA Added: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 3:58 PM
Comments: I just finished restoring a 47 and 49 cub, lotta hours but they are worth it. I have only had them for 2 months and am learning as I go. I was told that some tools originaly came with them... anyone know what they may have been? GREAT SIGHT... KEEP IT UP

Bob Coleman bosscoleman@yahoo.com
From: Derby. KS Added: Monday, November 13, 2000 8:18 PM
Comments: I havejust finished restoring 1958 cub with belly mower, left and right mounted plows, belly and front blade, and cultivator. The tractor and equipment are parade ready or ready to go to work. I am only the third owner. The tractor has very little wear, original tires, live hydraulics and no damage. For the right price I might sell

Bob Coleman
From: Added: Monday, November 13, 2000 8:10 PM
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Frank Courter fcourter@cub.kcnet.org
From: Blanchard, Pennsylvania Added: Tuesday, November 7, 2000 5:24 PM
Comments: Have had a Cub for several years. I am currently havng a good time finding parts and rebuilding the engine. Mine is a 1952 w/hydraulics and a dozer blade.

Jared Rock farmall_cub@hotmail.com
From: Waynesboro,PA Added: Sunday, November 5, 2000 12:17 AM
Comments: I am a die-hard Farmall fan. I have a 1949 Farmall Cub, with hydraulics. It was my grandfathers for about 30 years and then mine. He restored it about 3 years ago, and is still looking excellent. I use it to plow my small cornfields and I have a sickle bar mower for it to mow the fields. I also use it to move snow. I love it and it does a great job with everything I use it for. Great site! This is the best I've ever seen. I'll keep checking it!

Mark Peed CCplace1@juno.com
From: North Carolina Added: Saturday, November 4, 2000 11:24 PM
Comments: I have two Cubs that I'm in the process of restoring,both run great,but I'm always in pursuit of attachments and original parts,great site,keep up the good work.

Bruce Eaton wizard@sierratel.com
From: Oakhurst, Ca. Added: Tuesday, October 31, 2000 12:02 AM
Comments: Was given a '55 cub as an anniversary gift. Runs great but sure needs cosmatic work. Hope to make it look as good as the one on your first page but a long way to go.

Paul Tapia pstapia5@aol.com
From: Albuquerque, New Mexico Added: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 2:57 PM
Comments: I have a 48 Cub looking for some cultvators and discs. Maybe even a sickle mower.

Al Honchar anjhonch@yahoo.com
From: Murphy NC Added: Monday, October 23, 2000 4:38 AM
Comments: Looking for a international cub cadet 10 hp or more or a low boy tractor cub. Condition good to excellent. Will pay top dollar. Interested only in south east. Mower deck not needed

Alan MacRae acmacraer@hotmail.com
From: Charlottetown P.E.I.,Canada Added: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 11:17 PM
Comments: Just found ur site. Great stuff! I recently purchased a '49 Cub c/w plow,cultivators and hillers. I assisted in a complete restoration with a friend this past winter and couldn't wait to get one of my own. It runs fine but needs a complete facelift. GREAT PAGE..Keep it up

Alan MacRae acmacraer@hotmail.com
From: Charlottetown P.E.I.,Canada Added: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 11:16 PM
Comments: Just found ur site. Great stuff! I recently purchased a '49 Cub c/w plow,cultivators and hillers. I assisted in a complete restoration with a friend this past winter and couldn't wait to get one of my own. It runs fine but needs a complete facelift. GREAT PAGE..Keep it up

Alan MacRae acmacraer@hotmail.com
From: Charlottetown P.E.I.,Canada Added: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 10:54 PM
Comments: Just found ur site. Great stuff! I recently purchased a '49 Cub c/w plow,cultivators and hillers. I assisted in a complete restoration with a friend this past winter and couldn't wait to get one of my own. It runs fine but needs a complete facelift. GREAT PAGE..Keep it up

Alan MacRae acmacraer@hotmail.com
From: Charlottetown P.E.I.,Canada Added: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 10:54 PM
Comments: Just found ur site. Great stuff! I recently purchased a '49 Cub c/w plow,cultivators and hillers. I assisted in a complete restoration with a friend this past winter and couldn't wait to get one of my own. It runs fine but needs a complete facelift. GREAT PAGE..Keep it up

bill avery W.F.AVERY@WORLDNET.ATT.NET
From: CENTRAL SQUARE N.Y. Added: Monday, October 16, 2000 11:38 PM
Comments: SEARCHING FOR I.H. CLUBS AND PARTS SOURCES, JUST PURCHASED CUB AT AUCTION ,ALSO HAVE LATE 50'S CUB CADET

Richard Decker rdecker@stargate.net
From: pittsburgh,pa Added: Saturday, October 14, 2000 9:25 PM
Comments: I own a 1947 cub that im trying to find parts for,i.e.-belly mower and back blade.It runs great,I use it to plow snow in winter and plow my garden in the spring.Love your sight,keep up the good work.

Larry Reed reeds@icx.net
From: Englewood, TN Added: Saturday, October 14, 2000 6:58 AM
Comments: Recently purchased a '48 Farmall Cub. Plan on doing some restoration to it. Any information on finding parts or on restoring?

Scott Morrow smorrow@ppg.com
From: Greenwich, Ohio Added: Friday, October 13, 2000 3:38 PM
Comments: My father has a 1950 White Series Cub he is restoring. Any information on these rare cubs? Keep up the good work with your page.

Ren Bernier jeepguy@nqi.net
From: Topsham, Maine Added: Friday, October 6, 2000 8:36 AM
Comments: Have a '50 Cub with sickle bar and snow plow. I formerly had a Farmall C and I fear that the Cub will be too wimpy for my needs, but I really like the size of the Cub, so I will give it a try.

R MUNN rmunn@wnclink.com
From: Marion,NC Added: Wednesday, October 4, 2000 9:36 PM
Comments: have two cubs. on with a quick hitch need to find a control rod from the touch control to the hitch about 3/4 in rod 4 feet long. where do i find one.

Steven Crissinger McMinn_1@msn.com
From: Columbus, Ohio Added: Tuesday, September 26, 2000 3:50 PM
Comments: Recently purchased a 1949 Farmall Cub Model #FCUB, would like to know if anyone has any info or knows where I might get info on this tractor. In particular an owners manual of some kind. Thanks for any help you can give me!!!

John Sanders roc88ket@aol.com
From: Jersey Shore Added: Monday, September 25, 2000 9:51 PM
Comments: I was given my '48 with grading blade from my next door neighbor and "second dad" when he passed away. Haven't had much time to work on it as my '53 Olds has taken priority. I love this site. Dennis is quick to provide answers and doesn't claim to be an expert (a unique quality). I hope to get it running in time to regrade my back yard after an ingroung pool installation. I understand there was a one arm bucket offered for the Cub, anyone have information on this?

scott frary dodgeman89@hotmail.com
From: upstate new york Added: Thursday, September 14, 2000 9:49 AM
Comments: just found your site and have a older farmall cub im starting to restore.

Michael O'Keefe mtokeefe22@aol.com
From: Moscow Mills Mo. Added: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 12:40 AM
Comments: Just found your site today, looking to buy a Cub. I just purchased 13 acres, 2 chickens, 2 guineas, one rooster, and an 14 month old horse. I remember my grandfathers Cub as being indestructable and have started looking for one in the area. Any info would be appriciated, and I have your site in my favorite places. Keep up the good work!!

Michael O'Keefe mtokeefe22@aol.com
From: Moscow Mills Mo. Added: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 12:37 AM
Comments: Just found your site today, looking to buy a Cub. I just purchased 13 acres, 2 chickens, 2 guineas, one rooster, and an 14 month old horse. I remember my grandfathers Cub as being indestructable and have started looking for one in the area. Any info would be appriciated, and I have your site in my favorite places. Keep up the good work!!

Lou Colegate shemae at juno.com
From: cincinnati,ohio Added: Monday, September 11, 2000 9:07 PM
Comments: I am 3rd generation owner of a 1947 cub. I r have rebuilt the engine and installed a new carb.I have plow.disc.cultivator.sickelbar.bellymower and trailer. I use them all the time and love it. I found a catalog from Quality farm and Fleet called the "Agricultural and Tractor Parts Catalog " helped. order toll-free 1-800-8283276. Going to old tractor shows to find parts helped too.

Ed Detweiler edjendetweiler@hotmail.com
From: Durham, N.C. Added: Tuesday, September 5, 2000 2:09 PM
Comments: I inherited a Farmall Cub from my Grandfather and would like to begin restoring it. Anyone have info on where I can get a parts catalog and/or manual? THANKS!

Dan Schloesser schloesd@peaknet.net
From: Belleville, Illinois Added: Thursday, August 31, 2000 9:46 AM
Comments: This is a nice website. Hope to see it grow! I have a 1949 Farmall Cub with hydraulics. Has an excellent engine. Implements include a front blade, plow, and sickle mower. Blade is very usefule tool. The sickle mower has not been used in ages and frankly don't remember exactly how to install. Does anyone have pictures or instructions they could e-mail me that details the hookup. Thanks!

Eddie ep54@webtv.net
From: Deep River, CT. Added: Thursday, August 24, 2000 8:28 PM
Comments: I am restoring a 1955 Cub that was given to me by a friend. I have had it for 15 years , outside, now finally inside all the time ! Great site !! I will kept checking back.

Eddie ep54@webtv.net
From: Deep River, CT. Added: Thursday, August 24, 2000 8:27 PM
Comments: I am restoring a 1955 Cub that was given to me buy a friend. I have had it for 15 years , outside, now finally inside all the time ! Great site !! I will kept checking back.

Lisa Scirpo LisaScirpo@aol.com
From: Middletown,CT. Added: Sunday, August 13, 2000 8:55 PM
Comments: I buy and sell all types of farmall cubs,if anyone is interested in selling or purchasing one feel free to contact me. I make sure they are all in working order and the only thing you have to do is to take it home and use it. Hope, to hear from someone.

John Washburn jjwashburn@email.msn.com
From: Houston, Tx Added: Friday, August 4, 2000 9:03 PM
Comments: I have a 53 Cub that was bought new by my grandfather. It still runs; we use it for mowing mainly. It's great to just sit on the seat and remember.

Rick Raney mrbunghole@yahoo.com
From: Oak Grove Added: Friday, August 4, 2000 3:46 AM
Comments: Hehe, nice site dad. Your a true computer cowboy.

jefferson raney
From: oak grove mo. Added: Friday, July 28, 2000 12:11 AM
Comments:

jerry rousseau egar@cinch.com
From: chicago,il Added: Saturday, July 1, 2000 12:30 AM
Comments: thank you dennis.just found your website today. i just bought a cub with serial # 203999 which i assume was made in '57.my wife and i have 16 acres 50 miles northwest of chicago for ourselves, our 2 horses and dogs.we will mow our riding arena and fenced pastures with our cub.for everything else(spreading manure,snow plowing,etc) i use our '76 cub cadet.i'm a happy man now and so is my wife because the woods mower can mow above a height of 5" and is much kinder to the grass than a bushhog.

BUTCH WHITE hewhite@blast.net
From: FRELINGHUYSEN, NEW JERSEY Added: Monday, June 26, 2000 4:28 PM
Comments: I JUST GOT MY GRANDPARENTS ORIGINAL CUB FROM MY UNCLE IN ALTO GEORGIA. IT IS A 1947, AND CAME WITH ALL OF THE IMPLEMENTS. DIRT PLOW, SNOW PLOW, SICKLE BAR MOWER, CULTIVATORS, ETC. IEVEN GOT ALL OF THE MANUALS AND THE BILL OF SALE. I HAVE WANTED IT FOR YEARS. COULDN'T BE HAPPIER!!

Dennis Hammett dennisandlaura@dragonbbs.com
From: Peebles, Ohio Added: Sunday, June 25, 2000 11:11 PM
Comments: I have owned my old cub for about 7 years. I just purchased a front grader blade for it. The Cub does not have hyd. lift Can anyone tell me if the spring assisted lift will operate it. It operates my Bushhog belly mower excellent.

Dan Frazier poorwife@ij.net
From: Forida Added: Sunday, June 25, 2000 11:36 AM
Comments: Have a 58 cub lowboy great tractor

Dan Frazier poorwife@ij.net
From: Forida Added: Sunday, June 25, 2000 11:31 AM
Comments: Have a 58 cub lowboy great tractor

Don Hinga hinga@earthlink.com
From: Climax, MI Added: Saturday, June 24, 2000 3:02 PM
Comments: My dad is nearly finished restoring a cub. He also has several other Farmalls. I was just checking out some sites for him.

Gino R. Klaiber roundy@key-net.net
From: Weedville, PA Added: Wednesday, June 21, 2000 11:30 PM
Comments: Bought Cub one month ago. Don't know what year it is though. Used it to plow and plant some potatoes. Also looking for a belly mower to mow about five acres of grass.

casey MrMandu842@aol.com
From: indiana Added: Tuesday, June 20, 2000 12:07 AM
Comments: I have a 1948 farmall cub i just restored and I am now working on the electrical system because it just broke. I had to get a new magneto. It was very expensive. I used it almost every day before the magneto broke.

STEVE ARMER KSCITY58@AOL.COM
From: JOPLIN / WEBB CITY, MO Added: Sunday, June 4, 2000 4:21 PM
Comments: I HAVE A 1947 CUB. IT IS USED ALMOST DAILY TO MOW 10 ACRES. I AM INTERESTED IN OTHER IMPLEMENTS AVAILABLE FOR MY CUB WE HAVE AT THIS TIME A WOODS BELLY MOWER, DISC,& PLOW. WHAT ELSE CAN A CUB DO ALSO WHERE CAN YOU FIND PARTS. IN MO.

Gary Vaughters gvaughters@alltel.net
From: Dawsonville, GA Added: Tuesday, May 30, 2000 10:23 PM
Comments: I am looking for parts. The main shaft for the PTO. We have 2 cubs that are used very much. Thanks.

Jeff Raney
From: Oak Grove, MO Added: Sunday, May 21, 2000 4:04 PM
Comments: My Dad really likes his Cub and I do too. I can't wait till I'm old enough to drive it. He tells me it will be soon.

Dennis Raney cub@farmall.com
From: Oak Grove, MO (IP Address: 209.30.124.52)
Browser: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
Added: Sunday, May 21, 2000 2:45 AM
Comments: I have a 1947 Cub. It is a working Cub that I use to grade my gravel driveway with and mow about 4 acres of grass.

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