Wed Jan 21, 2004 7:03 pm

Malcolm, I've never had any dealings with Jensales manuals, but I do have I&T manuals, and manuals from Binder Books. The I&T is a fairly good general manual, but it doesn't give great details, especially when there is a variation in early and late versions, such as the differences in brakes (straight pull versus toggle). The Binder manuals are good quality licensed reprints of the actual IH/Farmall manuals.

Thu Jan 22, 2004 6:44 am

I bought an operator's manual from Jensales and the parts and service books from Binder. I agree that the Binder books are much higher quality.

Another new guy

Thu Jan 22, 2004 10:45 pm

Recently bought a '75 CUB. I have been wanting one since farming with my grandfather's in the late '50s as a young boy. Anyway, I've been researching and reading posts and came across the manual for the Woods 59. Rudi, if that is yours, the only page I couldn't get was page 6. Can you help me out?. Thanks.

Thu Jan 22, 2004 10:56 pm


Sorry about that. Page 6 is a blank page if I remember correctly, will have to check the manual again. I sort of overlooked that. Will fix ASAP. Thanks for the heads up. Gee - and I thought I had got that one!

Cub Manuals

Fri Jan 23, 2004 1:11 pm

As soon as I bought my 55 cub I started buying manuals. My 1st was a IT manual, but it included many different model farmalls and didn't have all that much on the cub, expensive and left much to be desired. I purchased several from Jen Sales, more complete, but the pictures were of very poor quality. The last one was from Binder Books, a repro of the original International shop manual, it was of very good quality and by far the best of the lot. With good manuals and all the help from the experts that contribute to this forum you will be able to keep your cub running as good as new.
Capt Paul ret.