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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby Barnyard » Sat Mar 24, 2012 9:16 am

Jim Becker wrote:Are you just doing rotaries or you also interested in other types?

Jim, at first I thought I would just do the rotaries since most everybody knows what a sickle mower or flail mower looks like, but I guess it wouldn't hurt to show them too.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby Clint Carter » Sun Mar 25, 2012 11:32 pm

Saw you were looking for mower pics and thought i would send you the ones i have. Hope they help.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby leerenovations » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:07 pm

AL Farmall Boy wrote:Now here is a Cub mower that is what I BELIEVE TO BE a "Bush Hog Brand" mower.

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This mower came with a Cub I bought at Auction back in the summer. It was like you see it, and I'm not sure what it is. It is similar to the one above, but I would like to confirm what it is. Maybe you or someone on here will be able to identify it.

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As always, just let me know if you require any other special pictures of anything.





This is a BushHog model 412. I have one on my Cub. It uses a single blade like a regular lawn mower. (But the blade is really thicker and a lot more heavy duty). I have used this to mow down small trees and saplings and it works great. The good thing is that the skids are adjustable so you can also put it low so you can mow the yard with it. I adjusted the skids up to the max and easily mowed down bluestem that was over 6 ft tall in a long unused pasture. Hope this helps.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby bythepond88 » Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:14 pm

Here are pics of a Woods 59 belly mower for the Lo-boy.

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Picture of the deck with the lifting bracket. There should be a guard over the center pulley, but it wasn't there on the deck I bought, and they must have changed the design, because the one I got with the bracket kit doesn't mount the same way. Hopefully, I will find the time to figure it out some day.
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Picture of the mounted mower from the right front
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Picture of the mounted mower from the rear (along with my one-off drawbar). There is a guard for the pto pulley and mule drive, but I left it off for the pic.
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Picture from the rear looking to the right, to show how the brackets mount to the drawbar brackets
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby SONNY » Sat Apr 14, 2012 1:06 pm

I had one that had to have reversed blade set and it was called JERALCO , fit cubs ,and made by PUZEY BROS. in SE IL, ---they made the famous power corn rakes to help dig ear corn out of cribs!----sorry no pix ( it got stolen too!)
It did look just like the woods 42 single blade jobber! thanks ; sonny
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby v w » Sat Apr 14, 2012 4:55 pm

ImageImageImageImageA rather beat up Kub Klipper. Front probably pushed in from cutting 3 inch brush. The rear skirt has been removed for easier cutting of tall grass. Vern
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby rohrski » Tue Apr 24, 2012 9:54 am

Here ya go, woods 59 on a 49 farmall cub.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby jamieei » Tue Apr 24, 2012 12:36 pm

I have a red woods 42" that I think is a 42c3 or c4 based on the skids and the manuals... It's currently mounted in the back of my F150 so I'll get a picture of it today and post.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby jamieei » Thu May 10, 2012 8:28 am

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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby Dale Finch » Thu May 10, 2012 11:17 am

While on my CubExpress trip to Alabama, I stopped at that place in Resaca, GA, that had been written about in a previous post. WOW! Does that guy (Robert Collins) have a few tractors!!! I will start a new post for those, but here are a couple mowers he had that looked a bit different to me:
(I am not identifying these because I haven't a clue!!)

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I am curious about the first one, especially!
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby Barnyard » Thu May 10, 2012 12:04 pm

Thanks everyone for posting pix. I will probably not get the ID page built until I have time later in the year.

I only need one photo of each type since this is going to be used for members to identify what mower they have. Therefore six different photos of the same mower is not needed. I only say this because the more pix we throw out there of the same type will only confuse a newby looking for an ID.

Speaking of ID, that is why this thread was started, to help others ID their mowers. If you post a pic, please include a description of what it is. Other wise a newby will look at a photo and still have no idea what they are looking at.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby Denny Clayton » Thu May 10, 2012 1:27 pm

BDFinch wrote:I am curious about the first one, especially!

The first one just looks like an owner modified Woods 42. The second one also appears to be only slightly modified. It is an IH C-2 as shown by the ID tags.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby bob in CT » Sat May 26, 2012 12:56 pm

Barnyard wrote:Thanks everyone for posting pix. I will probably not get the ID page built until I have time later in the year.

I only need one photo of each type since this is going to be used for members to identify what mower they have. Therefore six different photos of the same mower is not needed. I only say this because the more pix we throw out there of the same type will only confuse a newby looking for an ID.

Speaking of ID, that is why this thread was started, to help others ID their mowers. If you post a pic, please include a description of what it is. Other wise a newby will look at a photo and still have no idea what they are looking at.


There are two types of photos that are most helpful. One, like Denny's, that shows a complete mower set-up with all the correct brackets and pulleys. Very valuable to anyone shopping for a mower. Nothing worse than coming home with a mower only to find out that missing bracket is rarer than a NOS cub horn in the original box. :roll: Next would be a nice photo with the mower attached on the tractor. All well-lit and in focus. Belt routing is good too. It is always good to have too many to choose from and cull out the ones that don't tell the complete story.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby Barnyard » Sat May 26, 2012 1:54 pm

bob in CT wrote:
Barnyard wrote:Thanks everyone for posting pix. I will probably not get the ID page built until I have time later in the year.

I only need one photo of each type since this is going to be used for members to identify what mower they have. Therefore six different photos of the same mower is not needed. I only say this because the more pix we throw out there of the same type will only confuse a newby looking for an ID.

Speaking of ID, that is why this thread was started, to help others ID their mowers. If you post a pic, please include a description of what it is. Other wise a newby will look at a photo and still have no idea what they are looking at.


There are two types of photos that are most helpful. One, like Denny's, that shows a complete mower set-up with all the correct brackets and pulleys. Very valuable to anyone shopping for a mower. Nothing worse than coming home with a mower only to find out that missing bracket is rarer than a NOS cub horn in the original box. :roll: Next would be a nice photo with the mower attached on the tractor. All well-lit and in focus. Belt routing is good too. It is always good to have too many to choose from and cull out the ones that don't tell the complete story.

You said it better than I. That is what I was aiming for. Thanks.
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Re: I need mower pix!

Postby CPIII » Tue May 29, 2012 2:30 pm

When I get my Continental Belton via Cub Express I will be sure to post a picture for you. I agree that this will be very helpful as it took me a long time to identify my mower type.

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