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New member as of 11-4-11 I have 2 cubs and several pieces of equiptment. I have one post looking for the front lifting rod for a blade and one to try to find the length. I was told it was a early 54 blade but from pictures it looks like a McCormick Deering Leveling and Grader Blade.Can anyone help me with the length of this rod or tell me where I might find one? Thank You
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Ray, Welcome to the Forum. You'll find a lot of friendly and knowledgeable Cub lovers here. As to your questions about the 54 blade, Rudi put a link in his reply in your other post. If you click on it, it will take you to a rather long thread, but near the bottom of the first page, Bigdog has two pictures with dimensions. If you don't want to make your own, I would suggest putting a post in the "Wanted" Forum, as members with stuff to sell might see it better there. I hope that helps.
Edit: Here is a link to TM Tractor's page, it looks like they carry what you need but have it on backorder: http://www.tmtractor.com/new/gb/gb_001.htm
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Glad to see another from Missouri. I'm about an hour away, here in California.
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Welcome aboard. Make sure yuo make it to a cub fest near you. Theres one here in april, click on my signature line, and there is one Kansas the other way. So you are located near a couple.
G'day and congrats on not only becoming Cub owner but becoming a member of the MCC! to boot
Welcome to the forum! Always good to see another Missouri Cubber join the ranks.
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Welcome to the forum Ray.
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