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Had a chance to go to a show today and afterwards went to look at a cub that had been advertised but the owners were on vacation. I called tonight and they had just gotten home, so I stopped on the way home from the show.
It starts and runs well, no issues. always garage kept and owned by a Nursery family. No breaks or welds. came with an original horn and button, full weights, 54 blade, 152 disc plow, 22 sickle mower + parts, angle drive and pulley, rear cultivators with extra shanks and cuffs and a couple potato plows.
Here is the cub
Yep, got the smaller stuff, I had left my trailer at the show with my stuff. I need to go back for the cub.
I forgot to mention that I also got an original owners manual and service manual and also one for an H
It looks like you found a keeper Dale. That cub looks like it has been taken care of, and even pretty clean, but I am sure that there will be some things to fix. There is nothing like the feeling when you get it home and start to get to know them, they are like people each one has its own good and bad side. Its our job to bring out the most of the good side.
nice catch dale , looks like a keeper for sure. coppersmythe..................................................................
Looks like a winner, Dale.
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Dale if you want to part with them, I'd be interested in H manuals, mine are just copies.
REMEMBER: Keep it correct or you may face the
Bob, I looked closer and the manuals are the professional looking copies. Printed with the disclaimer that they are copies and not originals. They are spiral bound and look nice.
"I ain't believing this!"
It would be neat to see some pictures of the original horn, mounting location, brackets, wiring, button, and mounting location & brackets of the button. Just to have something for the records of a rare Cub option. VERY NICE Cub Dale!!
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