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Hello & Good Evening to Everyone!! My name is Stephen and I'm from Montgomery County, NC. I grew up on a small farm with a 1974 Farmall 140 with a one point hitch. Now I have a 1948 Farmall Cub. I bought it from someone who mistreated it and let it go to pot. I with my son are trying to fix it as we go. As we all know it takes more money to fix it the second time than I does to keep it maintained. It's a work in progress and I intend to burn this site up with questions, and help!!
Welcome aboard Stephen, you have your hands full restoring an old NC cub I am sure, most were wore out on tobacco fields.
ask away with the questions we will help in any way we can
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8th Va fest link viewtopic.php?f=8&t=81392&p=657790#p657790
Welcome , you are at the right place to get the help you need .
I started out with nothing and now I only have half of that left !
Welcome to the forum Stephen!
Good luck with your Father / Son project,
Hi Stephen, a big Irish Welcome to the forum. You have come to the probably the only place in the world, that will answer any and all questions re Cubs and a lot of things not related to Cubs Good luck with the restoration,
Welcome to the forum from Arkansas. And you know what they say about a father and son project -- time is priceless! Good luck, work safe and enjoy.
Guiena, 1951 Farmall Cub; Jumping Willy, 1949 Farmall Cub.
A huge welcome to you and your family from a fellow NC Cubber! There are quite a few of us here who are ready to give you a hand...either over this forum or even literally!!
Also, be sure to check the Cubfest schedule (above link). You can either watch & help with some of the common problems you may face, or bring your tractor to work on a project of your own.
I'm in Chapel Hill, so if you get stuck, give you a holler!! I recommend you take LOTS of photos to document how something came apart so you can figure out how to get it back together! The forum loves progress photos and you will enjoy having a record of working with your son...they grow up (and away) waaaaay too fast!
Note the two links above for just about any manual you might need too! Again, welcome!
Stephen, Welcome to the forum. We love pictures and questions. Be sure to look around the site.
1975 cub (LouAnn) serial # 245946, 1941 John Deere Model H
Good judgment comes from experience,
and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Will Rogers
Welcome to the forum from another Carolinian! Been in Montgomery County many times, but not recently. You will enjoy that one point hitch! Keep in touch.
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