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Gonna put the cub to work here in a few weeks. My daughter is having a birthday/halloween party. I thought it would be cool to have an old fashion hayride
Wish I had one of those small four wheel wagons you see in the farm stores, but for now, just going to use my single axle trailer. It has 2' sides and I can put some loose hay in there and some bail to sit on.
Cub is running good , should be fun.
'55 Cub, (but always shopp'n!) '02 Kub, '57 Ford 640
Be careful, drive safe and have fun! Just remember that you don't have a lot of tractor in front of that trailer and you should be OK.
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem.
My wife says I don't listen to her. - - - - - - - - Or something like that!
I have a tandem wheel trailer thats 4.5' x 12' and we use it for a Cub hay ride every year. I fill it up with loose straw and a few bales.
We live near an orchard that has an Apple festival every year (Just the past two weekends) and we have a big family weenie roast. In the afternoon, most of us go over to the apple festival - lots of stuff to do. Puppet show & pony rides for kids and all kinds of craft exibits, cider, kettel corn, more stuff to eat than I can list.
One of our highlights is our hayride. We have 10 ac. to ride around and we all have a good time. The cub has no problem with pulling 12 people and our place is pretty hilly in spots.
Have a good time Cubs were made for hayrides!
48 CUB & 52 Super A
One week from tomorrow, I will take Dad's '48 FCUB or my '49 FCUB to my daughter Kelsie's daycare for a hayride. I plan on using the trailer Dad and I bought from John with a few bales and loose hay in it. She attends daycare at a local church and I'll be pulling them around the parking lot and church property (all flat). I'll have pictures to post next week.
"Never forget where it is you come from, or you may find yourself someplace you don't want to be"
Pioneer Equipment in Ohio makes a one ton gear that is about Cub size. They make it to be horse drawn but they do have a tractor tongue available. Weights about 220 lb without bed. Have a couple around for the horses but have hooked to My Missey with success.
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