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Bought a 1947 cub , in process of stripping her down , sand blasting and Gona make her parade ready. I found out about this site from an old boy I spoke with off craiglist about some parts. I've been a heavy equipment mechanic going on 18 years so I'm kinda knowledgable somewhat on turning wrenches. Over the years I've helped a buddy with a couple of those old green tractors ( I know I apoligze) but a good reason to have a few cold ones and hang out . (right) . Once I get my comp. Back from the shop I'll post pic. On how the old girl is comming , good talking . Cub ser. # 9555.
Hey Rob glad to have you with us. You been turning wrenches that long you will have no problem with a cub. They plain vanilla with no topping.
"Life's tough.It's even tougher if you're stupid."
- John Wayne
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Welcome to the forum! Best place on the web for all things Cub related (and some other stuff too).
Nice to have another Missouri boy in the mix. If you have any Cub questions or suggestions, this is the place. We're looking forward to seeing your Cub, so share lots of pictures, even in the "tear down" stage.
From my 1947 Cub to your 1947 Cub: Season's Greetings!
My 1945 Farmall H makeover
Welcome aboard! Be sure to check out the announcements page for a cubfest new you and be sure to get one or more in. You will enjoy it for sure.
Welcome to the forum. Enjoy the ride.
"The probability of life originating from accident is comparable to the probability of the unabridged dictionary resulting from an explosion in a printing shop." Edwin Conklin, biologist
G'day and welcome Congrats on your first new to you Cub acquistion. It probably won't be your last, they get pretty addictive pretty quickly. You are going to have some fun restoring this Cub.
Follow the links in the text below. There are lots and lots of resources available to our members from Manuals, to How To's, as well as some tips etc., on the restoration process. Do enjoy playing with the new one
Welcome to the forum Rob, I used to live in your part of the country before I escaped. Worked at Wentzville, and lived near Troy and later Hawk Point till I moved back south.
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to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the
government lest it come to dominate our lives and interests." Patrick Henry
If you like hanging out and working on tractors you'll love attending a cubfest because that's what they're all about! Like you I have some heavy equipment experience, and I prefer turning wrenches on cubs because they are simpler and much much lighter!
Welcome to the forum Rob. Like they said you should not have many problems figuring out the cub, but if you do just ask away. Top of page has most of the manuals listed.
Oh and don't worry about the green, over here we don't act like the other sites
1975 cub (LouAnn) serial # 245946, 1941 John Deere Model H
Good judgment comes from experience,
and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Will Rogers
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