Here are my 3 Cub tractors. The Low-boy is a 1964 and has a 60 inch woods mower. The one parked next to it is a 1952 with a 42 inch Woods mower. The one in the other building is a 1954 and has a 42 inch IH mower. I also have a sickle mower, grader blade, belly disk plow, partial set of cultivators and fertilize attachment and a pull behind disk. I had a turning plow and another set of cultivators but traded them with another Cub for the 1964 Low-boy. I'm doing some work now on the engine in the 1952. The Low-Boy has a strong running engine but a little rough in appearance. Going to work it over in the spring.
1. You are making me - look at that cherry and 21" boards at that Worth a fortune up here. I would love to have a couple trees - I would get them cut for sure. 2. I wish I was close enough, I would love to have even the off-cuts. 3. I suppose the off cuts are going to be firewood - Sacrilege up here ... but I guess as with all things what you have is what you use. Man the toys I could make with them off cuts.
I am really envious of those who have access to not only the fine furniture woods like this but the equipment to not only handle it but utilize it for it's best purpose. I like the idea of using your Cub for the log arch and I like the Woodmizer. You is a lucky guy.
Nice Cubs and nice sawmill Charlie!! We actually have a Norwood Lumbermate Sawmill with a 20 hp Honda. We love it, although we hardly ever use it (1 time a year doing good). Need to order some decals from TM tractor for that one Cub and it'll be a real looker!
CharlieB wrote:Yes, It is a Woodmizer, LT30 with 18 HP Briggs engine.
Here is a short video of me sawing a cherry log....