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i bought this tractor a while back ,great runner , no smoke ,the transmission is almost silent, and these impliments together. the woods (?) mule drive was made to accept the tool bar . the owner said he got the setup when he bought it , he was not sure if it came from woods or PO modified. the ears on the mule drive that accept the tool bars bar are abot 1/2" thick steel flat bar about 2 1/2" / 3" wide and bent on a very small radius, and very professionaly done . it looks to me to be a very difficult bend for a "home shop" to do. buuuut, then again . its a slick setup , the tool bar is much easier to hook and unhook . since it is shortened, is it now a cub-4 tool bar ? . it digs fine like a uncut one . .....................................coppersmythe..............ps: just curious to see if anyone has seen one before
Interesting set up. Haven't seen that set up before. I have a set of disk like that but I think they are a size larger than a cub, but no bar to put the on with. Anyway, looks interesting. Thanks for sharing.
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F7 toolbar with disc cultivators. It is in the 1957 version of CBI-2A rev 6 http://www.farmallcub.com/fcman/download.php?fname=./files/Implement%20Parts%20manuals/CBI-2A%208-15-55%20rev%206%201957%20OCR.pdf
bob, i cant thank you enough. it is a very cool setup. coppersmythe.........................................................
That's actually a Cub-6 toolbar that has been modified (cut down). The brackets that connect to the finals have also been cut and welded to the mule drive.
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Edit: wrong link
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they cut off part of the mounting brackets and welded to the muledrive, then cut the tool bar arms a bit shorter. that would be possible for the average bear. coppersmythe.......................they did a durn good job of it .
Val I've seen one before. Feller down in Walker, LA had it.
Val , is that maybe the mounting brackets that normally go with the tool bar that have been modified to mount on the mule drive. I can tell for sure from the pictures burt it looks like a possability . Just asking..See ya in a couple weeks.
your spot on jim , it looks like thats what they did . it is a very professional job,too. be seenin ya soon . coppersmythe.......................ps: good eye raymond.
Mty apologies to Raymond , I guess I should read the entire thread before commenting.
ps: good eye Raymond !
Good catch, Raymond. The F7 is the Fast Hitch version. Gary Boutwell posted some nice stuff on these building raised beds in black dirt soils.
Definately a modified cub 6 toolbar. I have seen all sorts of modifications to these toolbars down here allowing you to keep the mule drive on. I must admit, this is probably the best mod I have ever seen.
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