Re: Trying to Find an Affordable Cub

Tue Jul 02, 2013 7:28 pm

Don't worry Rudi, I'm not after Denny's Cub. It would already be here if I was. :)

Re: Trying to Find an Affordable Cub

Tue Jul 02, 2013 8:00 pm

ScottyD'sdad wrote:
Denny Clayton wrote:Rudi, you need this one for your C-2. ALL original except rear tires, quiet gears, tight, charges well and all lights work. Handles a sickle mower well with the hand lift. But, alas, too many miles between us. :(

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Bet we could arrange cub express, to Cecil's, for this one, Denny! Ed


Ed,

I've got a one-Cub trailer and it has a Lo-Boy passenger to Cecil's this fall. So far, it is empty coming back. :)

Bill

Re: Trying to Find an Affordable Cub

Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:01 pm

Denny Clayton wrote:
Dusti Snider wrote:Denny that one sure would look good beside my '49...a lot better than that "yeller" one...

Dusti, it's a '48. You could start a run of sequential years. We could work it out, it's affordable.


I noticed that Denny...that's a plus! And I'm a sucker for a nice original...

Under Edit...and I see we're 325 miles away. I knew I should've went to RPRU... :(

Curiosity may get the better of me Denny....

Re: Trying to Find an Affordable Cub

Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:15 pm

That's ok Bill. There is only room on Bill's trailer for one Cub and it is headed to it's new home. :{_}:

Re: Trying to Find an Affordable Cub

Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:18 am

I have heard of a couple for sale lately.... but can guarantee mostly out of your price range.

I will say most folks would call what I do with the 70 (the Swiss Army Knife Cub) counts as abuse. Running rocky trails with a loader on the front and mower on the back surely creates some stresses! Just curious if anyone has EVER seen a yeller Cub with a broken ear?? Twenty years shows a number of significant, though mostly minor, improvements. It's also 20 years less used than a 1950.

Just a thought, I would aim high and look for a square nose. :D
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Re: Trying to Find an Affordable Cub

Wed Jul 03, 2013 9:55 am

Dusti Snider wrote:
Denny Clayton wrote:
Dusti Snider wrote:Denny that one sure would look good beside my '49...a lot better than that "yeller" one...

Dusti, it's a '48. You could start a run of sequential years. We could work it out, it's affordable.


I noticed that Denny...that's a plus! And I'm a sucker for a nice original...

Under Edit...and I see we're 325 miles away. I knew I should've went to RPRU... :(

Curiosity may get the better of me Denny....

Dusti, the Cub Tug is coming next month. That's 100 miles closer to you. :wink: It could be there.