JC-Cub wrote:I like all the red round nose ones but I have never had a square nose one so I may like those as well. Boss Hog tells me I should try the long stripe ones and I will like them even better. Jim
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My '47 # F550 is my favorite, although not running as of now. Hope to get to it this summer for a good fixin' if my neck and back problems allow me to.
My LoBoy with disc and rear blade was very handy in redoing my back yard and my storage yard a couple of years ago, too. I guess I like them all! Steve K.
Naw Boss, that is the Lo Boy, my fort mowing machine. I was thinking of putting the loader on it, but it will probably keep it the way it is (with some customization??).
Not sure if that one is a favorite one or not, but a very good Cub! There are some advantages to a Lo Boy.
1971 Cub (Rufus) 1950 Cub (Cathy) 1965 Lo Boy Fast Hitch (Nameless III) 1970 Cub 1000 Loader & Fast Hitch (Lee)
my 55, and all of them that are still out there working.... I like cubs in general
1955 Farmall Cub
193 Moldboard plow with colter and jointer
What ever I'm sitting on.
1979 International Cub (Artie),193 plow,22 sickle mower,144 cultivator,54a blade,59" belly mower,wheel weights
1944 John Deere B , A-3 B-3 two way plow.....Grandpa's Deere,Still can't find his FARMALL A
My favorite is the 69, Yellow/White fast hitch that I purchased several months ago, however mowing or plowing snow with the 49 is also very good mental therapy.
I have never met a farm tractor that I didn't like, but he Cubs are special.
I started out with nothing and now I only have half of that left !
My favorite Cub isn't one of mine, it's Bob Perry's Yellar Cub. Pulls 25 people on a hay wagon on hay rides.
I guess when I think "Cub" I have always thought of the 47-54 year models. The square nose Cubs sure do grow on me though. My Cub, the Paperweight is a '49 and though it was a borderline POS when I got it, I have kept on until I have it just about like I want it except for a few small details I'll get around to "one of these days." I have been tempted a time or two to sell it and
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the '48 trimmed dash high crop. unique, of course, but being able to hand crank it easily ( i have to admit it came to me that way ) is cool. coppersmythe................................................PS: i spend the most time on the '78 3/4 in the winter, loboy cutting grass in the summer , sooooooooo . the cub i'm sitting on ?
In pondering this question, I suppose "Cubota" (my "48" with the Kubota Diesel engine) is probably my favorite, but I'm also quite fond of "Scotty", the "57" that I bought from George Willer. I did a good bit of work on "Scotty", as well as a few others of his and "Scotty" just kinda touched my heart. I always display it in George's memory.
My only Cub is a 1970 that called to me from a tractor dealer lot as I drove past. It lead me to buy a B and then a M Farmall. I have met a lot great folks because of the little cub. And I joined a great Cub tractor forum too ! I see another cub in my future for sure. I like the looks of the early cubs.
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1970 Farmall Cub
1946 Farmall B
1942 Farmall M
1200 Cub Cadet
My favourite Cub would be any Cub that I own, however if I have to choose, I guess it would be Ellie-Mae my first Cub.
She is my main workhorse and test bed for all of my projects
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