Hopefully this small posting will help if you ever need to disassemble a Disk Hiller.
All the parts numbers and item numbers were taken form Cub Implements Parts Book.
CB1-1A, page 256. Revised 8-'54.
Here is the page from CB1-1A
Here is what they look like in real life.
The following are close ups of the parts numbers, some are still readable.
And a photo of the offset standard, just as a comparison to the straight standard.
Sorry, I did not put the parts number on the photo. It is pn 29238B.
How to fix them and how to use them.
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