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Bought Dale's toolbar, but will need to make guide rails (part #4&5 on pg. 13 of manual in manual forum) Sorry I'm not smart enough to copy to this post. Does anyone have access to these parts to give me the measurements so I can make a set. Thanks. John
Here ya go:
"More gold has been mined from the thoughts of men than has been taken from the earth." -- Napoleon Hill
I'll measure my set at home when I get there after work. Mine aren't original....But they were coppied from an original set. I'll shot a pic or 2 also.
"Tiger" 1974 International Cub
"Goliath" 1960 IH modified Cub LoBoy
"Littl' Smokey" 104 Cub Cadet
"Red Light" 1952 Farmall Cub with 151 disc plow
"Bananna Pie" 1964 International 2404 Industrial
Thanks Hank, I had some dimensions from Dale, but evidently I deleted 'em
Thanks fellows. I don't have them here yet, but I want to be ready to mount them. You know how a kid with a new toy is. John
Tinnerjohn, did you make it to the "world's largest tractor parade" this weekend? Check out the for sale section, I have some cultivator pieces parts for sale, maybe what you need?
Moved this back to top. Still need the dimensions if someone can help. I can probably come close by trial and error, but we all know how that can work sometimes. Thanks again. John
Tinnerjohn, I think that your toobar is on my trailer as we speak. It is heavy enough to provide ballast behind cub. We plan to be at Bigdog's tomorrow afternoon.
1947 Cub S/N 9216 (My Dad's "Uncle Bob")
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give......Winston Churchill
Great. I'll see you this afternoon (I'll be near the pig roasting spit) so we can make the switch.
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Thankyou Big Hoss and Bill. Have a safe trip there and back and a great time at the Tug. Wish I could make it. Maybe next year. John
Does anyone have dimentions for this thing ?
Is the bar 1.5 x 1.5 ? How long is it?
How long are the attaching arms, how far along til they bend and wahts the angle ?
I can't find one of these and need to make one but cant find one to look at in person and measure myself, any and all help is appreciated !
22 sickle bar mower x2
23A tandem disc harrow
144 cultivator (#53 & #97 spring tooth)
154 leveling and grader blade
189 moldboard plow 2-way
193 moldboard plow x2
spring tooth harrows
David Bradley planter (modded for Cub)
Heres some measurements. The bar is 1.75 sq. X 56". The arms are 1" X 2 3/8 " X 38 1/2" with a 25 degree bend 20" from the tractor end (where they pin to part 6). Hope this helps. If you want, PM your address and I'll mail some pics and measurements. Sorry, but I haven't been able to master that stuff on the computer. John
Thanks for posting those dimensions a while ago, it's really useful.
I'm curious about the bracket too (part 6) -- can someone tell me how long it is end-to-end, and how thick/wide the piece of steel it's made from is?
David, I just checked one of mine. I bracket is 1/2"X3" Flat stock, 12 1/2" to inside of bend on long side, 4 1/2" on short side. Don't forget the offset since the toolbar arms are narrower than the finals, unless your custom building that. If it would help, I could send you a tracing of mine if you PM your address. Hope this helps and pause at 11:11 AM to remember our veterans. John
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