All other non-specific model Farmall / IH / CASE tractors. (Catch-All)
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Size and mounting hardware is the biggest difference if you are talking fast hitch the one for the cub has the beam # with the word cub at the end of the number some of the plows for the super a are two bottom where the cub is one.
Hi Jim, thanks for the info. My super A has the drawbar mount type, same as the cub. I see a lot of one bottom plows for the cub but nothing for the SA. Are the single bottom plows interchangable? Can I use any IH single bottom plow to work on the SA?
Since the Super A is larger than the Cub (in all directions), so is the plow. They don't mix.
Quick visual difference is at the front of the beam. The Cub one has a marked twist, the Super A does not.
Thanks everyone for help. This will help me when I'm out search as many of the dealers i've encountered didn't know the difference, including a local IH dealer in my area. The only type of plow I've found was a trailing 2-bottom type. I'm a bit surprised that implements for the super A are much harder to find, at least in my area. Cub plows are plentiful! I did find a place that has some plows but said prices are $385 - $700 depending on shape ! Does this sound a bit high?
Yes - the prices sound high to me. I think the pull-type is a viable solution.
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Hello everyone, I don'y mean to drag this topic on, but I have one other question.
Does the plow for the Super A have a coulter as the cub plow?
I just bought a plow on ebay with buy it now option, photo does have the coulter shown.
I believe that as with most of the small plows, the colter was an option. Avery handy one when turning sod.
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