Looks to be about the top speed of the Cub, doesn't it? Guess you won't be taking that one on any road cruises any time soon. The other comment I have when looking at this is to notice just how far the tractors had come ergonomically from the time of the F-series tractors and the time of the Cubs and larger tractors. That tractor looks like fun to drive down the road for a little while but MAN it looks like it would be HELL on the back during a long day at work!!
Mike - the manual says top speed in 3rd gear is 3 3/4 mph. Second gear top speed is 3 mph - not a lot different from 3rd. As bad as the ergonomics look I'll bet those guys who followed a team of horses or mules across a field for years thought it was the cat's pajamas!
Hey BD, were did you get that good looking F-14? It really looks and sounds good. What did you have to do to get it running?
My Dad farmed with horses until he bought an F-12. I got a lot of seat time on the F-12 helping him on the farm. Once he got his first Cockshutt, we all wanted to use it instead of the F-12, but the younger brother always had to drive the F-14. Good memories.