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Greetings from western PA. I just bought my first tractor and found this site! Already I know I need a front headlight and a rear tail light otherwise got a good one for $1250.00. Has a Woods 59" deck in average shape for it's age.
What is a good place for parts?
Welcome to the Forum. You'll find a lot of Cub lovers here ready to help you with yours. When you have a minute, look through the tool bar above, you can find manuals, implement info, etc. For new parts, I'd suggest TM Tractor (sponsor at the bottom of the page). If you have a Case/IH dealer close by, they can help you also (some may be less knowledgeable about the older tractors, and less willing to help). For used parts, you can post in the For Sale/Wanted Forum. You can also contact Ralphs Cubs or JP Tractor Salvage (again, at the bottom of the page). Feel free to ask any questions you might have.
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Welcome to the Forum!
It sounds like you have a nice set up, best of luck,
Congrats on acquiring your very first Cub
I do not have a lot of information on the Number Series Cubs - of which the 154 is on third of the models, but there is some info. You can find it on the Server under Number Series Cubs.
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Welcome to a wonderful forum with fantastic people and more info than you can imagine. Enjoy.
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Welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy your cub. I know you will enjoy this forum if you have any questions.
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Welcome! One question: Is your Cub "offset" or is the steering centered on the tractor? AFAIK, the Cub LoBoys were offset till '68/69 when they started with the 154 LoBoys. Just curious
Wellll, looks like your other post answered my question
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