I just bought a Super A Ser# 295xxx a 1950

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Re: I just bought a Super A Ser# 295xxx a 1950

Postby Song » Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:45 pm

I like my SA. I like it more than my Cubs lol

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Re: I just bought a Super A Ser# 295xxx a 1950

Postby Former Member » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:02 pm

My computer says Song posted last to this thread, but I don't find his post??

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Re: I just bought a Super A Ser# 295xxx a 1950

Postby Song » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:14 pm

I don't see my post.

I said that I like my SA and I like it better than my Cubs

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Re: I just bought a Super A Ser# 295xxx a 1950

Postby Former Member » Thu Oct 14, 2010 5:27 pm

Song wrote:I said that I like my SA and I like it better than my Cubs


Ahh, that is why it did not show up here. lol

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Re: I just bought what I thought is a Super A

Postby Super A » Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:32 am

dshawz wrote:Ponymaster looked at all my pics last night, and believes it to be an early SA. He had one just like it. According to him it has the smaller 113 motor, not the 123, and there are some other details I can not remember.

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All Super A's had the 113. The Super A-1's had a 123. You can get the right sleeve/piston combinations to make a 113 into a 123. There were lots of little running changes during Super A production--all kinds of little internal changes to the Touch Control, standard battery ignition with the voltage regulator underneath the generator, greasable brake pedal hangers, automotive style tie-rods, pancake style headlights, etc. By the time the Super A-1 came along, the tractor had really been refined in lots of ways.

A Super A will make you get out of the Cub business quick!!

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