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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby stephanev8brazil » Sun Oct 24, 2021 1:32 pm

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Location: Belo Horizonte Brazil

Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby stephanev8brazil » Sun Oct 24, 2021 1:35 pm

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Restore or not restore ?


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Main Transmission torque TUBE Housing in good condition.

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Location: Belo Horizonte Brazil

Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby stephanev8brazil » Sun Oct 24, 2021 1:42 pm

Today , Fun game over.

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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby CharlieK » Sun Oct 24, 2021 4:34 pm

looks like ya got yer work cut out fer ya Stephanev
get er done; life is good

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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby Bob McCarty » Sun Oct 24, 2021 5:14 pm

The seat that is rusted through is not the original Cub seat. Since you have the correct one that came from Miami, I'd use it. If you're also asking about the rear rim, I think you need to take the tire off so you can evaluate it better.
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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby Eugene » Sun Oct 24, 2021 5:41 pm

Bob McCarty wrote:The rear rim, I think you need to take the tire off so you can evaluate it better.
Agree.

The rust can be cleaned up and pin holes repaired. Epoxy to fill in rough areas. Also may be able to find an inner tube liner - they are/were used in large truck rims between the inner tube and the rim.
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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby Clemsonfor » Sun Oct 24, 2021 9:24 pm

Eugene wrote:
Bob McCarty wrote:The rear rim, I think you need to take the tire off so you can evaluate it better.
Agree.

The rust can be cleaned up and pin holes repaired. Epoxy to fill in rough areas. Also may be able to find an inner tube liner - they are/were used in large truck rims between the inner tube and the rim.

I know they make half boots for a 24" rim because a guy on another tractor forum I'm on got some for his Yanmar. Our older Yanmars also have 24" rims. Wait these were to protect his intertubes from outside punctures cause his tires were getting really bad. Not necessarily to protect the tire from the rough rim... probably disregard what I said. I do remember he bought them at Grainger supply

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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby Eugene » Sun Oct 24, 2021 10:51 pm

Clemsonfor wrote: Wait these were to protect his intertubes from outside punctures cause his tires were getting really bad. Not necessarily to protect the tire from the rough rim.
The ones I discussed are to protect the inner tube from the rim. Had them on a pickup I owned. Inner tube liners, tire flap liners. They make a tube liner for tractors.
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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby Stanton » Mon Oct 25, 2021 5:33 am

I'm amazed at you chemical process. It really turns those rusty parts into looking new again.

I also noticed your gear shifter knob is a different shape than most here in the US. These are rubber sold by one of our sponsors, TM Tractor:
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Yours looks like a cast iron knob.
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Is it made of cast iron or cast steel?
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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby Jim in SC » Mon Oct 25, 2021 6:01 am

Wow - I've been down with the virus (yeah, THAT virus - better now) for the whole month of September and wasn't looking at the Forum at all. Looks like I missed quite a bit! Stephane - that is an awesome task and great job you are doing on your "newest" Cub! I spent the morning looking at all eleven pages of your posts. Super restoration job. I'll be watching for more updates with great interest!
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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby stephanev8brazil » Mon Oct 25, 2021 4:38 pm

CharlieK wrote:looks like ya got yer work cut out fer ya Stephanev


Ya,
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Location: Belo Horizonte Brazil

Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby stephanev8brazil » Mon Oct 25, 2021 4:44 pm

Bob McCarty wrote:The seat that is rusted through is not the original Cub seat. Since you have the correct one that came from Miami, I'd use it. If you're also asking about the rear rim, I think you need to take the tire off so you can evaluate it better.


I will use the orginal from Miami. I will take off the tires and send pics for evaluation. Thank you.

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Location: Belo Horizonte Brazil

Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby stephanev8brazil » Mon Oct 25, 2021 6:18 pm

Stanton wrote:I'm amazed at you chemical process. It really turns those rusty parts into looking new again.

I also noticed your gear shifter knob is a different shape than most here in the US. These are rubber sold by one of our sponsors, TM Tractor:
Gear Shifter Knob.jpg

Yours looks like a cast iron knob.
Knob.JPG

Is it made of cast iron or cast steel?




Thank you. The acid treatment is very efficient.
This part came with a tractor. I don´t know if it´s original. I will post new especific pics of this part.
it is made of rigid plastic or other similar material.

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Location: Belo Horizonte Brazil

Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby stephanev8brazil » Mon Oct 25, 2021 6:33 pm

Jim in SC wrote:Wow - I've been down with the virus (yeah, THAT virus - better now) for the whole month of September and wasn't looking at the Forum at all. Looks like I missed quite a bit! Stephane - that is an awesome task and great job you are doing on your "newest" Cub! I spent the morning looking at all eleven pages of your posts. Super restoration job. I'll be watching for more updates with great interest!



Thanks for looking my Farmall Cub Rescue posts. This work is hardly, but make with love to the olds tractors and cars. I hope everything goes well.

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Re: Rescue Cub in Brazil

Postby Clemsonfor » Mon Oct 25, 2021 7:30 pm

Jim in SC wrote:Wow - I've been down with the virus (yeah, THAT virus - better now) for the whole month of September and wasn't looking at the Forum at all. Looks like I missed quite a bit! Stephane - that is an awesome task and great job you are doing on your "newest" Cub! I spent the morning looking at all eleven pages of your posts. Super restoration job. I'll be watching for more updates with great interest!

I dealt with that first part of September as well. It made the perfect time to get a few projects around the house since I didn't go anywhere so I wouldn't spread it to others :lol: . I finially put the carb off the old Mitsubishi truck I have. Got the grass cut which I hadn't had time to do prior to that. Changed the fan clutch on my old K10 that was leaking. Didn't want it to fail when I needed it. Changed the old faulty oil sending unit. Put new spark plugs in it. Changed my leaky valve cover gaskets on it. Yep I had all the parts in my shed. Just was always busy doing other things. Was able to split the last bit of wood I had sitting around here that was hand splittable, stacked the wood I had split. Since we didn't go out on the boat that weekend or go anywhere I was able to do all these things I had planned for awhile.


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