Landreo wrote:outdoors4evr wrote:For Tubby Creek Farm:
Good advice from all but if you are determined to convert a cub then some more info would help.
Resources, i.e. welding, machining, metal working?
How do you plan to get on and off and where?I assume from the right side and into a cub seat with a backrest.
Budget? How much do you have to spend?
Sorry in the delay in replying. All this great cool weather has had us working even more.
As far as timeline I'm really hoping to have this up and running by spring
As far as welding, machine shop etc I do not have any equipment. However, I may get some assistance with welding, machine work and some $$$ through a state program. Threse guys have done accessible tractors before, just not a cub. Useually a tractor with hydro tranny.
You areright about accessing the cub from the right into a seat with a back rest.