Well I bought another cub yesterday. This one is very rare, and I have not heard of one like it before. It is a square nose loboy long strip. Before anyone gets upset, yes I know that they never made one, but the po of this cub had put on the wrong decal when they had painted it. The story behind this one is, It was bought by TVA (Tennessee valley Authority) for the purpose of mowing the grass around the area of the Kentucky Dam. This cub had dual wheels for mowing on the steep sides of the river banks, and was later sold as surplus. When I went to look at the cub the owner said that he had taken the dual wheels off and had misplaced the adaptors to make it a dual wheel cub. He had the mower, extra wheels, and a front blade for it and the cub looked better than some that I have bought before, so we made a deal. After we had loaded the cub he told me that if he found the adaptors for it he would ship them for me, and so I drove away. On the way home I was looking back at the cub on the trailor, and I saw that the wheels were spaced several inches away from the fenders. When I got home with the cub it was dark and I could not see very good, but I could not help myself I had to get a flashlight and make sure that the spacers were there, and They were. From the serial # and cast codes it is a 1966 model that has been well used. I will attach some pics so you all won't fuss to much.
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