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I have updated both versions of the Database that Trent started. Thanks to everyone who submitted their information!
I ask now that you check over the information to ensure that what was provided to me I have transcribed it correctly! If you see a mistake or would like to add data to your existing tractor, please let me know and I'll make the correction for the next release. I plan on doing this a couple times a year, so there is always time to get your information in. I did make a few changes to the format and the data that was recorded, eliminating easily and commonly changed items, and eliminating data from parts that hardly ever see the light of day. I also changed the color coding of lines:
White = WHS Archives (IH production data)
Pink = Parts manuals (production changes)
Green = All other sources (FarmallCub.com, YT, RedPower, etc...)
I have started collecting information about the numbered series tractors and power units as well. I just don't have quite enough data yet to put those out yet. Hopefully by this summer I'll be able to have enough information to release.
Thanks everyone again for helping to keep this project going!!
Good job Raymond! Thanks for taking the time to track these.
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Thanks Raymond for all your work !!
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What a great resource. Thanks for spending time/effort on this.
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Hi Raymond I have become aware of a few other cubs in my area. I will try and get the data on them sometime in the near future and post them to you. You did a fine job in getting the data together. WELL DONE!!!
That would be great! From looking at the records that still exist, IH sent export tractors out in batches, so it'll be interesting to see if the ones around you are close to your SN.
Thanks for looking!!
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Here is my 1970 cub to put in your database. I could not find a cast code on the touch control unit.
Thanks, I'll get it added for the next release!!
I believe Rudi will have the data above added to his site soon for easier reference.
The updated Database reports have been uploaded to the server and can be found under Cub Production Information - under the Farmall Cub Database heading.
Raymond, Thanks for taking on this task. It will serve as a great reference source for many people to refer to when they may have questions about their tractor. Also over time may show some other trends in Cub history. Great work!!! ...Frank
Thanks Frank! I'll have to stop in one day and get the numbers from all the Cubs you have stashed away over there!! Hope to see you again this year!
I'll be gathering them up for you but it's just too cold now. Maybe in the spring I can crawl around them to get some info for your database. Meanwhile keep up the good work. Would like to see you guys in Colorado if I can work it out. Too far away ( time wise) to plan on as of yet. Catch you later...Frank
Ray, not sure if you are aware or not, but yours happens to be the very first tractor to roll off the line in 1970!!
It's the first one that has been reported for the database that was specifically accounted for in all the IH records that I'm aware of!!
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