Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:37 pm

plow 4.jpg
Plow 3.jpg
plow 2.jpg
plow 1.jpg
I posted this when it was on a pallet, now I've got it off and stretched out and am preparing to mount it....I think the arm is missing as someone said before but I was wondering if from these pictures if any of you guys had any input on what is what....I haven't tried anything yet just now got it inside...figured I'd post it and see....Maybe I can find the missing parts at Cecils.....Dave
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Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:41 pm

I don't see the lift arm. Also the rear attachment frame just does not look correct.

Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 6:00 pm

Cecil,I was pretty sure the lift arm was missing...(haven't had one before, but someone made mention of that I think) I have no clue about the rear brackets....It came of a cub I am pretty sure of that...I bought it from a professor at Cornell who sold his farm and cubs and implements to down size and make a small fortune at the same time....Anyhow trying to get it in order...I'm going to try and fit it tomorrow...Thanks Dave

Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 6:03 pm

Dave that rear part looks to be home made for some other use. As for the lift arm, it looks like you are missing both arms as well as the boomerang that attaches to the rockshaft and bracket that bolts to the torque tube.

Here is the correct set up courtesy of TM Tractor Parts
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Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 6:05 pm

At first glance you are missing several things for front mount. Lift arm and rod. Boomerang. Leveling blocks and bolt. Bracket for attaching to torque tube. You can belly mount with what you have if you have the boomerang and a drawbar

Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 6:37 pm

tmays wrote:At first glance you are missing several things for front mount. Lift arm and rod. Boomerang. Leveling blocks and bolt. Bracket for attaching to torque tube. You can belly mount with what you have if you have the boomerang and a drawbar
Barnyard wrote:Dave that rear part looks to be home made for some other use. As for the lift arm, it looks like you are missing both arms as well as the boomerang that attaches to the rockshaft and bracket that bolts to the torque tube.

Here is the correct set up courtesy of TM Tractor Parts
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Thanks guys....One of those cases where you buy something you don't know anything about :lol: ....I've got a boomerang that I think will fit...If I can't locate the lift arm, I can probably fabricate one....I'm in the dark about the second arm....As far as the rear bracing goes...It probably is a farmer engineering project that bolts to somewhere :shock: I'll have to line it up and see where the holes collide and if its their to replace something I'm missing, if that makes sense...It sure helps to get some input to know what I'm up against...Its probably not going to snow in Florida and I got a couple of snow blowers for up here.. :lol: But it'll get mounted...I just ain't sure when... :lol:

Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:22 pm

Dave:

I am pretty sure what you have is a mix of the Cub-54 Built 1949-1952 and the Cub-54 Built 1953 and since.

Cub-54 Built 1949-1952

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Items # 2 & 6 - Braces - Axle Left and Right

Cub-54 Built 1953 and Since

Items # 6, 7, 8 & 9 - Pressure Spring Assembly.

http://www.cleancomputes.com/Cub/Cub%20 ... 20219A.jpg

Item #3 - the Front Hanger Welded Assembly, Part # 651 269 R91..

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Check this out if you want to make some of the parts: GraderMounting Layout PDF. This would apply to the Cub-54 Built 1949-1952.

I think I have measurements for some of the other parts but would have to look. If I find em I will bring em with me to Cecil's.

Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:25 pm

I have the blocks you need for it
Tim

Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Mon Sep 30, 2013 9:21 pm

The blocks are easy to make if you have drill press and some square stock to fit the cultivator mounting holes under the raid. thanks; sonny

Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Tue Oct 01, 2013 6:32 am

SONNY wrote:The blocks are easy to make if you have drill press and some square stock to fit the cultivator mounting holes under the raid. thanks; sonny
Thanks Sonny, much appreciated...Dave :thanx:

Re: Snow Blade volume 2 w/pics

Tue Oct 01, 2013 6:33 am

tst wrote:I have the blocks you need for it
Tim
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