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Cub implement questions

Postby customcutter » Sun Jan 08, 2023 3:51 pm

Does anyone know if the Cub implements will work on a Super AV or C tractor cultivator bars? I'm wondering if they have the same length shafts as the taller tractors.

Thanks, Ken

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby Don McCombs » Sun Jan 08, 2023 4:30 pm

It would be helpful in this and your other post, if you told us what specific implements you are asking about. But, generally, the answer is likely to be No, because of the size differential between the tractors.
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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby SamsFarm » Mon Jan 09, 2023 11:25 am

"Implements" is a name for complete attachments like a plow, disk, cultivators, planter, hay rake, baler, etc etc

Sounds like your looking for information directly related to cultivators.

The big square bars of a cultivator set is called the tool bars.

The round part that holds the individual cultivating tool is called the shank(s)

Individual cultivating tools can be sweeps, shovels, spring tines (C tines, S tines)!

I believe your question is directed at the cultivator shanks.

I believe the shanks can be interchanged between a Super A, Super C and the Cub.

There are digital copies of implement parts books you can go to the PDF manuals section here at cub.com and view and print.

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby customcutter » Tue Jan 10, 2023 11:08 am

Thanks SamsFarm,

Yes, I am referring to the "tools" that attach to the shanks, that attach to the tool bars. I have heard them called "sweeps, plows, furrower, bedders, cultivators, hillers, and a few other names that don't come to mind right now. Names vary based on where they are located I have found. In Florida we call a pull behind gang of disc a disc, in Ga and Al they are called a harrow.

I was curious if the Super AV, C and Super C had longer shanks on the tools they were attached to than the Cub or A models?

Thanks again, Ken

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby SamsFarm » Wed Jan 11, 2023 1:21 am

customcutter wrote:I was curious if the Super AV, C and Super C had longer shanks on the tools they were attached to than the Cub or A models?


SamsFarm wrote:I believe the shanks can be interchanged between a Super A, Super C and the Cub.
Super AV too I believe!

I have not set them up side by side to compare, but it looks like some of the belly mount tool bars on C are the same as the Cub

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby customcutter » Wed Jan 11, 2023 9:36 am

SamsFarm, thanks for the information. I'll try to take a look at it too see what it needs. I know the battery is at least 5-10 yrs old. Not sure what/where mechanics tools, battery charger, etc are here at the farm. I know it has a rear tire that is seperating, and a fuel leak at the bowl under the tank according to FIL. I know there are a couple of battery chargers here, but don't know if any are working. I'll probably see if I can get a spark before going too far with it. He has an old Cole planter that should be able to modify if I can rig up a drawbar. I would love to put in a garden with it, but might be 2-3 yrs recovering expenses if it needs tires. LOL I have several welders, plasma cutter, lathe, milling machine, and all of my tools at home, but that's all 500 mile away.

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby Jim Becker » Wed Jan 11, 2023 4:17 pm

customcutter wrote:I was curious if the Super AV, C and Super C had longer shanks on the tools they were attached to than the Cub or A models?

They are probably at least partly the same. The catch is that all of them on one individual cultivator are not the same. On the Cub and Super A, the front ones closest to the row are shorter than the others. That is probably so for the C as well.

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby customcutter » Wed Jan 11, 2023 8:45 pm

Jim Becker wrote:
customcutter wrote:I was curious if the Super AV, C and Super C had longer shanks on the tools they were attached to than the Cub or A models?

They are probably at least partly the same. The catch is that all of them on one individual cultivator are not the same. On the Cub and Super A, the front ones closest to the row are shorter than the others. That is probably so for the C as well.


Thanks Jim. I wish there was a YT video of someone setting up a Farmall and doing row crops. Everything from turning with a bottom plow, discing, planting with a planter, and cultivating with the different sweeps, chisels, and furrowing plows.

I saw one channel, maybe Farmall Fanatic that used a 2 row bottom plow, then went back over it a couple of days later with a 6 or 7 foot double disc. I was surprised that the little Farmall pulled the double bottom plow, then lifted the double disc in the next video. I don't remember if it was a Super A, or Super C but impressed the heck out of me. :D

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby Magnum » Sat Jan 14, 2023 6:52 am

I have used my A with a two bottom little genius , did 4 acres with it. Second gear was about perfect in my ground . You could feel the hard spots in the clay for sure.

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby customcutter » Sat Jan 14, 2023 12:42 pm

Magnum wrote:I have used my A with a two bottom little genius , did 4 acres with it. Second gear was about perfect in my ground . You could feel the hard spots in the clay for sure.


I think my FILaw has a little genius 2 bottom plow. He said it's a 3 bottom plow. I need to go check it out for sure. I am surprised at how well the little Farmall's pull these plows.

I did find another YT channel where the man uses a 140 and shows a lot of different implements and the set-ups involved. Here is the channel. https://www.youtube.com/@Jtwes

At least now I have an understanding of how, when, where, and why different implements get used, LOL!

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby Clemsonfor » Tue Jan 17, 2023 9:56 pm

Yea I been watching Joey for several years now. He's a good guy.

The parts or attachments your talking about that attach to the shang's of the cultivators are generic and can be shared between the tractors. There the same things that you would have on other brands as well. The sweeps are not manufacturer specific, the same ones bolt to JD, Oliver, Farmall .

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby customcutter » Thu Jan 26, 2023 9:36 pm

Clemsonfor wrote:Yea I been watching Joey for several years now. He's a good guy.

The parts or attachments your talking about that attach to the shang's of the cultivators are generic and can be shared between the tractors. There the same things that you would have on other brands as well. The sweeps are not manufacturer specific, the same ones bolt to JD, Oliver, Farmall .


Thanks for the info. Still on the hunt for a tractor, but back in Central Fl now. I'll have to work on the SAV when we go back in a couple of weeks.

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Re: Cub implement questions

Postby elongest » Mon Jan 30, 2023 10:00 pm

You want to use your shorter shanks on the center position and adjust them so when you raise them up they will not hit the oil pan. Agri supply has a good selection of new sweeps, teeth and shanks. The have several stores in the SE.


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