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Please Help Identify...

Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:03 pm

Got these items at an auction recently, and would like to know what they are and what they fit on (if not a Cub).
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Re: Please Help Identify...

Thu Aug 25, 2011 2:38 pm

It was purchased along with a Farmall Cub tractor and implements. These peices were in the pile of implements. The original owner had passed away, so I couldn't ask. Wondering what they might fit. The cultivator peices and spring rods are painted a dark green color if that helps, although it could just be a random paintjob too. THANKS GUYS!

Re: Please Help Identify...

Thu Aug 25, 2011 4:07 pm

The sickle bar may be for a David Bradley or Gravely two wheel tractor.

Re: Please Help Identify...

Thu Aug 25, 2011 4:17 pm

The sickle bar mower belongs to a 2 wheeled garden tractor. Unknown make since there were some where over 200 manufacturers of 2 wheeled garden tractors.

Green cultivator shanks. Unknown. They look to be to heavy for a 2 wheeled garden tractor. However, some of the 2 wheeled garden tractors and their implements were green in color.

Re: Please Help Identify...

Thu Aug 25, 2011 8:37 pm

The green shanks, cuffs/wedge bolts, and pressure springs look Cub/IH to me. Not sure about what they're mounted to. Almost looks homemade.

Al

Re: Please Help Identify...

Fri Aug 26, 2011 10:42 am

There happened to be a NICE Gravely tractor there for sale. It had the ride along seat, and the mowing deck way out front. The owners son said it was the best mower they had ever had. The auctioneer's runner went over to try and start it, and it fired right up and ran really good. It was in Excellent condition too, I mean really nice shape. The owner had always kept it inside and took it apart and cleaned it every winter servicing everything. It looked to be from about the 70's or 80's. I bet you guys are right about those implements fitting that tractor. Too bad noone got to buy it and give it a good home. The scrap guy bought it. He just kept bidding and bidding, until he won it ......AND NEARLY EVERYTHING ELSE! Made us all sick, especially the ones who were wanting that stuff.

Well..........looks like I've got some 2 wheel garden tractor implements for sale if anyone needs them!
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