ATV jack works EXCELLENT for CUB engine

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John Niekamp
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ATV jack works EXCELLENT for CUB engine

Postby John Niekamp » Tue Apr 13, 2004 10:27 pm


I just thought that I would pass this along. I found out tonight that my ATV jack that I use for my Harley and four-wheelers also workd great for lifting a Cub engine. I have a cherry picker but it buried in another mess. Plus I like the fact that I can roll the engine where ever I need to and it don't take up a lot of room like the cherry picker does.

I used a couple short 2 by 4's across the lifting rails just under the oil pan. One near the front and the other near the back It's real steady, BUT I did hook up a safety chain up to the rafters, just to be on the safe side.


PS: Don't pay any attention to my terrible mess, my WHOLE garage is this way, just ask my wife.

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Postby Harold R » Tue Apr 13, 2004 11:52 pm

John N,
Being from Quincy, ever run across a guy named Lefringhouse?
He collects Farmalls. The letter series, and, I believe he is looking for cub #4.

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Postby Chuck Melburg » Wed Apr 14, 2004 8:42 pm

John; I just live up river from you, in Oquawka Ill just north of Burlington. Just wondering what year Cub are you working on? I have a 49 which I tinker with. Do you have only one Cub or more?
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