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I'm Joe checking in from Ohio; About 35 miles east of the Capital City. Got my first Cub about 5 months ago. She's a 1947, serial number 4524, came with a blade, plow, belly mower, rear wheel weights and tire chains. Going to be using it on our little 3 acre piece of the earth. Although, this is my first cub, it's not the first in the family. As a child I remember my Uncle's 1950 demonstrator, and also having memories of riding on a early Cub that was on a farm that my Dad took care of back in New England in the early 1950s. My older brother still lives up in New England and has a 53 Cub. So, when I went looking for a tractor it was only natural to look for a Farmall Cub. I found this 47 sitting along a side road just north of Columbus with a for sale sign on it and made a deal with it's 80 year old owner. It starts up good and seems to run well. I just recently started working on it and already have found a few issues with it that I'll be seeking advice on from the wealth of knowledge displayed by all of you on this fine website.
Welcome to the Forum Joe!
Congrats on getting your new Cub! Jump right in, plenty of friendly folks here to help you out!
Joe, Welcome to the Forum. Make sure you mark your calendar for Bigdog's Cubfest in Stoutsville, the dates are July 20-21. See the announcements forum to find a link for more info.
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Joe. Welcome to the forum.. The place to find the answers to all the issues you have. Just go to the main forum and ask away. Be sure to check the manuals that are on line here.
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G'day and congrats on your 1st new to you Cub They get pretty addictive. You could end up with a couple more to help you with those 3 acres Suggest you follow the links below ... tons of really good info for our members.
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Welcome to the Forum!
Congratulations on getting your first Cub!
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