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The plow was off a 140. I was wondering if it could be used on a cub? It looks like its a couple of inches higher than the cub plow. I know of course in would depend on soil condition also.
Last edited by Kirk-NJ on Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:04 pm, edited 1 time in total.
That point is not going to do you much good for much longer.
When I first got my Cub we tried to plow at CubFest 2006 with a point that looked like that. No matter what adjustments we made the plow would not go into the ground.
The beams for the two versions have different part numbers. There may be a slight difference in the twist of the beam or in the curvature of the bend. I don't recall for sure.
It would be interesting to remove the bottom from the two different plows and compare both versions of the beam side by side.
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From TM Tractor: Comparision between the L-F194 and 1-F194 Moldboard Plows
Am I correct that the 193 plow w/fit either an F Cub or a lobby Cub?? Dusty B
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will not fit a lo boy , you have to remember they were made for cutting grass. The fast hitch plow will fit, no way on the draw bar mount
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If your Cub fast hitch will lift it high enough it should work okay.
The first cut is the only one where it might be too wide, but you're not plowing as deep so it should be a wash. The F194 has a share that cuts a 14" or 16" width but that cut also depends on how the tractor is set up and where you drive in the furrow. On a properly set up Cub it will only take 12" after that first pass.
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