Chuckwheat Farm wrote:Barnyard wrote:56cub wrote:...I hope that some day I will own more cubs and other farmalls...
Me too, Matt
Geez, Barnyard! You already have 22 of them...leave a few for the new kid!!!!
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Welcome aboard Matt. Glad to have you here. The guys here will sure help you out if you have any questions or run into any problems with your new cub.
If you can't find it, don't lose it.
I'm also from Pa. let me know if ya need anything i'll help any way i can.
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Cub-193 moaldboard plow
Woods 59C belly mower
Welcome to the Forum!!
Great bunch of people here, I'm sure you will enjoy it. Chime in if you have a question or a problem, we'll be more than happy to help or point you in the right direction.
I will second will Mike said about the location, if you could be so kind as to take a few minutes to change it to PA, Mcdonald it would help to get an idea of who lives in what state. May come to your benefit one day if you run into problems and need someone to come over and give you a hand.
Again, welcome to the forum and best of luck with your Cub, Good Luck!
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Glad to know you Matt. Congratulations on your '56 Cub - you'll love it the more you use it.
Looking forward to reading your postings on the forum.
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is a job worth doing well.
You've obviously learned to make good decisions. Cub and this forum
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Welcome Matt! I wish I had started at 16, I have had a blast with my first one and I am over 3 times your age... all that time lost I took an 8 hr. trip each way to get mine, but I am in Ohio and there are a few folks around her that seem to attract the local ones Best of luck!
Welcome Matt. I'm glad that you enjoy your cub and I know that you will enjoy this Forum. I'm a new cub owner myself.
All fun things don't always come in Green!!!
1970 International Cub
1979 John Deere 314
1967 John Deere 112H
1937 John Deere B
1991 Craftsman All-Wheel Steering Mower
Welcome aboard Matt
Welcome aboard Matt! I didn't get my Cub until I was 54. I had always wanted one of my own. My uncle Levi used to pick me up everyday,since I was 3 and we would plow or cut grass with his red Farmall. When I was around 6 ,I would truck tobacco with his red Farmall Cub.This was the some of the best times I can remember. My father died in a car accident also when I was 6,my mother got a job in the city about a year after and my farming time ended,but my love for these red tractors and the fun I had with my uncle, stayed with me through out my life. I know you will have a whole lot of fun with your Cub. You will get all the information and help you need from this forum.I am still learning and I get a lot of help from these guys also. They are always happy to help!
Hey Matt, a big howdy from the state of Tennessee! Welcome to the forum and being a new cub owner.
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Welcome Matt, I am sure you will like it here and any question you have can be answered.
1975 cub (LouAnn) serial # 245946, 1941 John Deere Model H
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and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Will Rogers
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I'd suggest you just stop talking and walk away lest I forget I was raised to be a lady.
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Hey Matt Glad to have you with us.
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Matt Welcome aboard.
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