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Dad's year long LoBoy project is nearly done. Actually 11 months to be exact. He found this tractor down south, and it is believed to have been a trencher cub, based on the left over parts we had. It ran, but not too well. He put new standard rings, rod bearings, cleaned valve train, new head gasket and new coil. Runs like a brand new one. It needed correct rims on the front, a hood, floor pan, fender mounts, and paint. Total project came in a just under a 1000....which was his goal. But that does include a donated touch control block from Boss Hog. (By the way....worked perfectly).
Some before and after pics.
The gracious host loading the cub for us.....(he donated some spare parts too).
After....notice the vertical exhast.
The hood I would have never imagined it to turn out the way it did. I would have tossed it in favor of another.....but I don't have the patience he does. This tractor runs like new! Great rescue. He will be putting a Woods 42 on it as soon as he get it put back together and painted.
Awesome job, Harold. Give Mr. Jesse our regards.
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Wow!!! Can I bring my '65 lowboy down for some more of the same???
Mr. Jesse does some mighty fine work!
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Very nice Mr. Jesse. Harold, do you have a before picture of the hood?
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we need to think differently."
Wow great job!!! But it is sad you had to get rid of the original "Bucket" seat ....but orange does clash with yellow....
Charles Patek III
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Words to live by....
WOW... he sure did some great work on what some would have considered a "parts" loboy! Doesn't even look like the same darned tractor!!!
Mike (Happy as a Lark in Allison Park, PA)
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If he was smart enough to have you he was smart enough to do this and more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
"Life's tough.It's even tougher if you're stupid."
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Fantisic looking Cub!! What was the insperation for the "through the hood exhaust" which, by the way, I like?
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Very nice, I like the vertical exhaust.
Your Dad never ceased to amaze.. what a very nice looking Cub You can tell he put a lot of TLC into that one. I like the vertical exhaust ... never been a fan of the underslung.
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