Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:12 pm
Thanks Tim, I'll get your information added.
Thu Aug 21, 2014 3:05 pm
According to the serial number on the tag (16812) I originally thought I owned a 1948 Cub, but after close examination here is the information off my Cub. To make matters even more interesting, the floor board and pedals were once painted yellow!
Serial #: 115096
Part #: 251341R2
Cast #: 5-15-T (Mar 15, 1950)
Cast #: 3-9-M (Mar 9, 1966)
Cast#: ?-2-O (? 2, 1968)
Cast#: 8-7-O (Aug 7, 1978)
Cast#: 1-9-R (Jan 9, 1948)
Cast#: 1-12-R (Jan 12, 1948)
Cast#: 1-17-T (Jan 17, 1950)
Thu Aug 21, 2014 7:01 pm
As I posted in your other thread
, your axle extension and transmission are actually "Q" codes. Your torque tube being from a '66 tractor would explain the yellow pedals and floor board, as nearly all '66 models were painted yellow from the factory and its easier to change them all as an assembly than removing them from the torque tube.
Thanks for the information, I'll get your data added for the next entry!
Mon Aug 25, 2014 12:49 pm
I'm just getting the last of the numbers together but I had some trouble locating the casting # for the touch control. However, I did find a flat spot just behind the hydraulic tubes on the left side of the touch control that had "2 79" stamped on it. What would that be? The other 79's in the data base don't list the casting number like that.
Mon Aug 25, 2014 12:54 pm
that flat spot is just above where the lines come out of the touch control.
Mon Aug 25, 2014 5:31 pm
Are there any numbers cast into the right side of the block? Its not abnormal for the late model castings to be non-standard.
Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:09 pm
no, I didn't see anything on the right side.
Mon Sep 01, 2014 7:50 pm
Differential serial 1543597
Getting back to you a little late, but I have an answer for what the above number is. Its actually the transmission PN, stamped into the housing after IH ground off the original PN. Only the last of the Cubs had this done. There should be a "R1" stamped in there somewhere.
mrdlively wrote:...the touch control that had "2 79" stamped on it. What would that be? The other 79's in the data base don't list the casting number like that.
I've looked back through the database, and Im gonna go out on a limb and say the "2 79" is the date code.
Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:37 am
Came across this cub at Thomas Point Beach in Brunswick, ME while there for the Bluegrass Festival. Sorry I couldn't get more info, my daughter was too anxious to get to the playground!
Engine S/N FCUBM249174, date code of 6/7/L
TC date code of (blank)/8/L
Not 100% on the engine S/N or the casting codes as it looks like its seen some time out doors...
Tue Sep 09, 2014 10:27 pm
I have all but 3 numbers. The cylinder head, and touch control casting numbers I couldn't find but I've got everything else.
Tractor serial # 253431
Engine serial # 325698
Engine casting # 11-22-B
Engine block # 251341R8
Cylinder head casting # (can't find)
Bolster casting # 11-13-B
Torque tube casting # 12-6-B
Transmission part # 453597R1
Transmission casting # 2-9-C
Axle extension casting # 11-30-B
Left final casting # 11-8-C
Right final casting # 11-8-C
Touch control casting # (can't find) there is a small flat spot (like the engine serial # spot) on the left side of the touch control just above where the hydraulic lines are attached that reads " 2 79" not sure what that's all about.
Touch control part # (can't find)
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