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Very nice! The extra brackets are for installation on a FH equipped Cub.
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Looks like two swinging drawbar brackets (1 bent) and a substitute drawbar for belly mounting the blade, nice!
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Nice looking Cub and I like the implements that came with it including the surprises Very deal I think you did very well on that one
That is a Fast-Hitch compatible substitute drawbar (the difference between a Cub-54 blade and a Cub-54A blade). The small parts are used on the short end of the drawbar and are flipped and turned in different positions depending on whether you have early, late or no Fast-Hitch. The Owner's Manual has illustrations.
Nice -- very nice. Hopefully easy fix to get her running.
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Beautiful Cub Rick...you done very well!
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Real nice haul Ricky, Sounds like you got a nice deal too. A bunch of good implements. That mower does look strange, almost like it's been refurbished beyond recognition, perhaps a Danco??, unlike any I've seen for a Cub. The mule drive doesn't look like a Woods set up nor does the deck. Would you be able to post a couple pics of the plow point on the 193 plow? I need to rework mine and can't find any nice pictures. Anyway, interesting collection of pieces there, hopefully all the parts are there (looks to be shy a couple things). Hope you get 'er running with no problems, I'm sure you can.
p.s. Would you be interested in selling the extra swing drawbar anchor point?
1929 Farmall Regular
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Very nice Rick, looking forward to your progress in getting her running!
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