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I am new to this site, I have a 1976 yellow cub that I bought new from my brother in Ohio . He was a IH dealer at that time, I grow up in a IH dealership that my father had. He always had a demonstrater on hand so I learned to plow gardens with a new White demonstrater in 1950. I was only 12 at the time so my father supervised me the first year then I got to do it all by myself.
Dad always had a new cub each spring for me to plow gardens with, in the summer we had a sickle bar mower to mow the back yards and a few pastures also. ( The circular blade mowers were not very popular at that time, they came out a few years later) . In the winters we had a blade and a heathouser so that I could plow snow.
I had a 55 cub that I used untill I got the 76 cub. I have a plow,5 ft. double disc, cultivators,blade with the grader bar,and a buz saw.
I lived in Northern Ohio until I retired, and I moved to north West Oklahoma, I live in a small rural town and injoy living in this area , I do a little house remolding , walk the dogs and we do some camping.
Don, welcome to the forum. There are a few members in Oklahoma, I think Arthur Luke and Bill E Bob might be the closest active members but they are over three hours away from you.
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Welcome to the forum, Don.
MD, Deep Creek Lake
"1950 Something" Farmall Cub
1977 International Cub w/FH
1978 International Cub
1948 Farmall Super A
1951 Farmall Super C w/FH
Don Welcome to the forum. I think you will feel right at home here.
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
Welcome to the forum! I've only been here nine months or so, but everyone here is very helpful and friendly. Thank you for sharing your cub stories too. I love to hear peoples experiences with things.
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Hey Don welcome to the forum , you have a lot of Cub history I bet there arnt many original owners around glad you kept it all these years , got any pics of the 76 , those later Cubs in the 70's seem to be the rarest Cubs....
87 John Deere 850 4X4
If you are up to the drive, we will be having the Kansas Cubfest at Burlington, Ks the first Saturday in May. Okies are welcome.
Welcome to the forum.
Join in and break some new ground
1979 International Cub (Artie),193 plow,22 sickle mower,144 cultivator,54a blade,59" belly mower,wheel weights
1944 John Deere B , A-3 B-3 two way plow.....Grandpa's Deere,Still can't find his FARMALL A
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G'day to you and congrats on still having your original 76. I think you will like it here
Out in the Great Salt Plains area I see. Been through that area a few years ago, right long drive from here. Welcome to the forum. There's 3 of us on this end of the state within 40 mi of each other. Anything we can do to help, just let us know.
welcome, check out my links on my web page below and see my demo tractors.
Welcome.... nice to have a new, old hand around the place....
76, now that's a good vintage!
1971 Cub (Rufus) 1950 Cub (Cathy) 1965 Lo Boy Fast Hitch (Nameless III) 1970 Cub 1000 Loader & Fast Hitch (Lee)
Welcome Don, I guess I missed this but better late than never. I'm about 3 hours east of you and 40 miles north of Bill E Bob and n2everything, but maybe we can all get together sometime for a minifest.
Have a good day, Art
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