I haven't taken the tiller or the loader off for anything other than maintaining the units in the last 7 years that I have owned it. Has an older restoration and has been siting inside. These days it lives an easy life of running the hay ladder, moving equipment around, or plowing the driveway. Get your facts from the tiller manufactures, not the dealer or the coffee shop crowd. I find if it slips a little once in a while under a heavy load the belt will last a lot longer.
Compare our super low shipping rates! Would I need the wheels for that? As for a Cub, they are a great machine for cultivation. Any suggestions on what I could expect to pay for a. The uneven ground after disking would be dependent upon the quality of the disking job. It has a belly type hydraulic pump system, but no 3-point hitch which could be installed. Scott says he remembers plowing with this tractor at the age of nine with Dad's supervision. I like the Cub deck better than the Woods L59 mowers.
Finding an experienced tractor guy that I can trust may be the hardest part of the process but I will try to find someone. You will find yourself mowing in first gear some of the time especially in higher grass or going up hill. We have the parts you need to repair your tractor. Reproduction of any part of this website, including design and content, without written permission is strictly prohibited. Won't that cause them to back off and get loose or fall out? I haven't seen any advertised. Our customer Scott Swope of Jessup, Maryland has restored this tractor as a tribute to his dad who passed away in 1984. The Super C has the same hydraulic set up as the Super A, but I have a very late Super C with the 2-point hitch on the back as well.
It has the right brackets - I just wanted to throw the clippings the other way. Also, I just checked out the mower again tonight and noticed the left side skid is broken off. After replacing tires, carburetor, radiator, all belts and hoses, and after about 150 hours of hard work we came up with this. The man who bought this tractor is from our home state of Massachusetts. I am not finding any photos or information about the Super A version of the Cub type mower.
We have the parts you need to repair your tractor. Is it that hard to slap a piece of tape on it? The dealer might want to make a sale regardless of wheter it's the right thing to do or not, where as the manufacture will give you the information straight up to avoid any possible future law suits. Later it was painted red with silver trim by the dealer. Would I need the wheels for that? This is my neighbors - I mow his 3 acre lawn with it and do all his mechanic work. Enjoy the new machine, Bill. It's in pretty decent shape but will receive a full tune up, fluid and filter change, and a steering box rebuild. Everyone assured me that it would but that project never happened, mostly because it is hard to get a C narrowed down that far.
This restoration took me about 3 years to do and I loved every second of it. The 42C is for the Cub and the 42A fits the Farmall A. Looking to purchase a 57 cub with fast hitch was wondering if I could hook up my 60inch woods belly mower with the fast hitch still on the tractor?? Biggest one is the generator oil holes in the hood are filled in and painted over. I found my 1952 cub in pretty bad shape over in Labelle, Fl. I know at one time, Johnny's Seed a very large seed producer used a Super C on their farm for cultivation and it even graced the from page of a catalog several years ago. Would love to find a 1pt finish mower but I know there not easy to come by. I ran wires for ignition and got it running.
I know the cub pulley and blade runs reverse to a Super A. He is always saying he wishes it had more gears. Here are a couple of before and after shots. Cub - Could be underpowered for some tasks. Those are but two of the challenges you face in making it work. The woods manual for the 140 tractor tells you what to do with the fast hitch. It keeps both our big yards cut every week using about 10L of gas in 1st gear.
. Browse our site and you will find everything from tractor seats, , , , , , , steering wheels to , and. Expedited shipping available, just call! The only uneven ground would be what is left after discing. If you can find a package deal with a Super A and attachments go for it. It could be as little as a quick respray, right over the old dirt and grease. Here is Ken Tortoso's background info on his Cub: Just a little history on the Cub.
Looked awfully complicated compared to the Woods design. Anyone know what brand is setup for the Super A? C - Good all around choice, a belly mount mower would be easier to find. Nick Ruiz tells us the following: My dad and I just finished our 1950 Cub. You can usually do it with just hand pressure on the pulley. I will try to get you a pic. Right now I am trying to find a 42 A mower designed for the Farmall A or Super A.
Kyle has finished restoring this tractor is now the proud third generation owner of this great machine. The gearbox then belt drove the mower. It looks to me like the mule drive for the mower would prohibit the 1pt hitch from raising very high. Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters. I cut my grass in 2nd gear most of the time.