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My name is Fred.I am French.I have got several Farmal Cub.
When I were 6,Ihave hearnt to drive thanks to an american Farmall Cub like the one that i restore.I likethis tractor very much.
I wold like to build a blade indentical to the Leveling and grading blade CUB -54,because I can't find it in France.
I am looking for photo,plane,sketch,pictures...with dimensions for every part of this blade.
Could you please give me this information.
Thank you for you help.
Welcome to the forum from Arkansas. Here is a place you can find the manual, on Rudi's manuals, but it does not have a blue print. Someone on here may very well have all the dimensions.
The first thing I ever drove was my dad's Farmall Cub.
Here are pictures from TM tractors parts site:
Guiena, 1951 Farmall Cub; Jumping Willy, 1949 Farmall Cub.
I do not have a Cub-54 blade here that I could measure for you. I do have one of the earlier style blades and it is missing a couple pieces. I hesitate to take any measurements from it as the dimensions may not mix well with dimensions others may give you from a Cub-54 blade. Building a blade from scratch seems like a major task. I suggest you find an existing blade of about the right size, no matter what tractor model it was built for. Start with as much of that blade as you can use and design your own brackets to finish installation on a Cub. if you find a blade for a reasonable price, you will probably save both time and money compared to starting from scratch.
Edit: Added word "not".
I don't think i'm up to the task of drawing up blueprints, but i could take some good pictures of all the parts with a ruler if that would help, then if you need specific parts measured more carefully just ask. let me know if that sounds ok and i can do it tomorrow afternoon. cheers
To SONNY: There is no hurry.Thank you Fred
To EOGHAN:Hello,I take an interest in every information en this blade.
Pictures with a ruler can help me very much.
Thank you Fred
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