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I'm tinkering with a web page designer. Dunno how this is going to turn out. I'm so lost in this area. This should be a thumbnail of Dad's cub. Still waiting on seat and battery box. Some decals have come in.
Nice looking cub hr's. When I clicked on the thumbnail it pulled up the larger picture.
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I try to keep mine to a minimum
Very, very nice!!! What did you use on the manifold and exhaust pipe?
MD, Deep Creek Lake
"1950 Something" Farmall Cub
1977 International Cub w/FH
1978 International Cub
1948 Farmall Super A
1951 Farmall Super C w/FH
I believe he used several coats of the high heat paint made for BBQ pitts.
A wonderful job
You two are returning to the Cub-Arama this year and bringing it with you, right
"Never forget where it is you come from, or you may find yourself someplace you don't want to be"
Well, I had a vacation scheduling snafu where I didn't get that particular week. But you never know!! Cough, cough......achooo!!
I'm trying to talk him out of selling it.
Any opinions about the fuel line. We followed GW's advice and made it out of 5/16 brake line. I personally would have routed it under the exhaust pipe, but he( Dad) liked it like that way. It's probably correct.
What year is that Cub? She does look mighty good. I know you and your dad are proud, and you have every right to be.
Though trillions and trillions of eyes have been watching the skies for as long as human memory exists, no gods nor angels have been seen or documented outside of religion. The number of spaceships being sighted however has become much more prevalent.
Nice looking Cub there. I like the looks of the newer Cub's with the yellow and white paint scheme, gives a nice contrast.
Now, I am wondering on the exhaust system (pipe and muffler) did they just put this type on the LoBoys? I have noticed on the regualr Cubs, they have it going straight up out of the top of the hood.
I could use a new one on my LoBoy, mine is not rusted thru yet, but not far from it. I just got a new O.E.M. catalog and they just show mufflers and not the actual exhaust system running along the side and back under the wheel housing. Unless I have overlooked it. I don't know about having a new one made at a muffler shop, I don't know if they would even have the smaller bending dies or not.
Anyhow, where could I locate a new exhaust sytem, like is on HR's?
I believe it became a purchase option in the late '50's or early 60's. But one of the sages would have to chime in for that. I bet you could take the exhaust pipe to a muffler shop with the hydraulic bending machines and they could fab you one in no time. You could watch TM Tractor, but like many things on his site, they go fast!
She's a beauty HR!!!!!
I'm saving the pic as I have a couple of yaller ones I just purchased from a nursery. I plan on keeping one of the yellow ones for myself.
I can only dream that it turns out as nice as your dads.
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