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What is the size (thread and diameter) of the bolts that screw the hood down to the frame on a International 154 Cub circa 1970? Where is a good place to get some? Following my flagship run around my 8 acres today, I lost 3 of them.
Last edited by WestDeerPirate on Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:52 am, edited 1 time in total.
I have no idea but on a Cub 10-24x1/2 and on a lowboy 10-24x3/8.
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I don't understand. Are you saying you have no idea where to get them? Or, are you giving me dimensions from other tractors?
International Cub 154 Low boy Hood Bolts is what I am looking for. Please confirm.
A good place to do research is:
1 - Click on the CaseIH logo
2 - Enter Model Number (154)
3 - Superstructure
4 - Hood & Radiator
5 - Item #10 - Hood
6 - Screw 5/16-18 x 5/8" Bevel Washer, 4 needed
Now that you have a pole, line, hook & worm - good luck fishing.
Like I posted before, all the part numbers you need are contained in the TC-131 Parts Catalog Revision 8 Index
Item #10 -- IH Pat # 5/16"-18 x 5/8" Bevel Washer Head Cap 4 req'd
As Dale pointed out, Messicks can be useful as well.
Nothing beats having a hard copy Parts Catalog to that you can flip through it and become familiar with the nuts and bolts of your Cub
WestDeerPirate, you might want to take a wrench and screwdriver to your 154 and make sure everything else is tight and secure....
dgrapes - Yup, I was pretty suprised to see that 3 of them had backed out. However, I took the tractor acorss some pretty rough terrain and I just bought it last Sunday so I will have to do a complete once over before I take it out again.
It cuts great.
Welcome aboard. Also check the lower tranny mount bolts (2) They tend to loosen up. Mine were stripped out. Had to heli-coil them. (PITA) Check the bolt that mates the driveshaft to the flywheel. Access that by removing the side panels. Also, while in there, check the bolts on the steering box. Just a few to mention that I found loose on my 154. Good luck.
- 5/8" was the length...
The 4 bolts that hold the hood on along the sides of the tractor 5/16-18 x 1.00 washer head bolts.The 4 bolts that hold the radiator supports to the frame are 3/8 -a6 X 1.0 with matching flat washers and lock washers and nuts. Hope this helps, if you search and find the Case-IH website then you can search for any http://www.caseih.com/northamerica/Page ... xmachinery that IH mfg.
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