FH Tool Bar

Tue Mar 02, 2004 5:30 pm

Wondering if you could identify the correct name and model number.

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Tue Mar 02, 2004 5:46 pm

The shank shafts are larger than normal shanks and the curved clamps have 1/2" wedge bolts instead of 5/8 like the old tear drop clamps.

Tue Mar 02, 2004 7:45 pm

Jim, the teeth look like the "beet and bean" cultivaters for the midmount style. Not sure if that's any help.

Tue Mar 02, 2004 10:56 pm

It looks like a Cub-F7 Tool Bar. I suppose it could be something that isn't in any of my catalogs. Implements got added and removed from the catalogs with the revisions.

I don't have anything showing the brackets holding the standards. That is the one thing that makes me wonder if it is really an F7. They could have been from a different time than my catalog shows or they could have been from a different implement. If you can find a part number on one of the brackets, I might be able to find something.

Tue Mar 02, 2004 11:05 pm

Jim:

Check out the CBI-2A Revision 1 Parts Catalog, page 2 of the Cub-F7 Tool Bar.

It is definitely the F7, but the added acoutrements are not in the manual that I have found so far.

Tue Mar 02, 2004 11:16 pm

I was looking at revision 6. It doesn't look like the F7 pages were changed through any of those revisions.

Wed Mar 03, 2004 6:27 pm

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Jim, Appreciate your interest and putting that on your forum. It was interesting to read the comments. Iam sending you a couple more pictures for you of the clamps and shanks. The part # I believe is P02230 C. I have six of these. In my first picture, two are removed. Thanks R.H.

Wed Mar 03, 2004 11:03 pm

I tried with that part number but didn't find it. I also tried PO 22300, thinking that was the most likely other reading of the number. That number shows up but is something else. So PO 2230C looks like a good read. I did find a few numbers close. For example, PO 2229 is a bracket for a knife weeder.

Unless somebody else finds the number, I guess it's a dead end on the brackets. I still think the basic unit is a Cub-F7 Tool Bar. I don't have a manual covering tool bars for the 100/140 tractors, so maybe it is for one of them. The Cub bar is 56 inches the one for the larger tractors is 78 inches.