Fri Jan 09, 2009 6:59 pm
I picked up my second int154 cub today. Its another project and needs some TLC, well maybe a lot of TLC. The motor turns over with no noises and the PTO and tranny feel ok. She looks right now like another runner.
Fri Jan 09, 2009 7:06 pm
Hey Bill, how about a photo!! Is the grill and shell still intact?
Fri Jan 09, 2009 9:41 pm
Thats one of the parts it needs. I have the side panels and headlite plate already with headlites. (2 of them) I'm thinking of removing the PTO shaft since i'm not using it. I'm going to add a hydraulic pump were the PTO pulley is on the drive shaft for the FEL. I wanted a front end loader & backhoe on a 154 but my first 154 has the 3pt hitch and the 3260 deck which i didn't want to lose since the 3pt's seem to be rare here on the 154's. I don't see many 154's with them here. My projects are backing up now my plate is past full. I was just planning on cutting my steel for the FEL the other nite. Then i can do my welding when the weather breaks. I need to power up the 154 engine first to see how it runs. Then i need to start fabricating the subframe first. I can't wait to get started.
Sun Jan 11, 2009 2:58 pm
I always get things in two or more when i buy just one.....
Meaning i started off with just "2" cub cadets and now i have "7" cub cadets. I started with "1" int154 loboy and i now have "2" int154's my point is I have only "1" farmall cub and do you think thats about to change in the near future if history repeats itself??
My wife knows i went to look at the int154 and hasn't said a word about it yet. Its sitting infront of the garage covered up right now. I didn't tell her i have it yet......it looks like all the rest right? I keep moving them back and forth anyway to confuse her.
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