'49 Cub Wiring Diagram

Sat Sep 04, 2004 11:01 am

Hello,
I have been getting my cub prep'd for paint ,after removing the fuel tank I noticed my wire harness is pretty much deteriorated ,I have a Jensales manual but it's pretty generic, could someone possible post the correct diagram please? my sn# is 96,XXX ,It has three light's, a four position switch for charging and light's ,ampmeter ,none of which worked :lol: I am going to keep it as original as possible 6v.
Any help would be much appreciated. Thank You.
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Sat Sep 04, 2004 12:00 pm

Keith:

Check out the Cub Manuals on the server. No JenSales junk there. The GSS-1012 Electrical should help you out the most - it is under the Blue Ribbon Service Manual link.

Sat Sep 04, 2004 12:03 pm

Keith,

You can also try this link:
http://www.antique-tractor.com/CubFAQ/cub_faq_2.html

Sat Sep 04, 2004 12:54 pm

Thank You! For the link's ,You guy's are a great help!

Wed Sep 08, 2004 1:15 pm

I learned the very hard way that the manual(s) are INVALUABLE!
I could not locate the correct diagram on Rudi's server and spent HOURS tracing down the wires (wringing them out I think is the correct term) and it was all clearly laid out in the OPERATORS MANUAL.
Well worth the $10!
The service and parts manuals are more money (27 + 23 each I think)
I also ordered the wiring harness. Not sure if it is worth $50 but the colors all match up and it seems to be a quality part.
Got them pretty quick from Carter and Gruenwald.
My tractor looks like yours, parts everywhere!

Good Luck

Wed Sep 08, 2004 1:18 pm

You can also send me a private message and I can talk you through it on the phone (free long distance this month).

Wed Sep 08, 2004 3:57 pm

Thank You for the offer, I am going to tackle this tonight, I would like to get it painted before the end of the mowing season (my Cub Cadet's are getting quite the work out!) I was in R.I. last week,I try to get to Quonset Air museum for the military vehicle show ,it's a nice stop on the way to vacation ,I am going to check Carter & Gruenwald's web sight ,Thank's for the tip!

Wed Sep 08, 2004 5:09 pm

Keith,

I went to that show last year. Pretty interesting. Mostly I was interested because I just bought an M105A2 trailer down at Groton and was about to pick it up when I saw the signs for the show.

Pounds for dollars it was a sweet deal.. 2600# empty and I paid $200 for it. Had to modify it so I could use 2" ball and drop the hitch so I could attach it 'level' to the F250 (receiver stuck but good). Something like 18 leaf springs each side.

Let me know if I can decipher the wiring for ya.