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macec3(TX)

03-20-2017 11:07:35




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I recently got my dad's cub. It has a lot of attachments. I do not know what these 2 pieces are for. I think the larger piece fits under the belly of the tractor. May be part for the planting operation.
The smaller piece, I haven't got a clue.




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macec3(TX)

03-20-2017 14:57:59




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 Re: Need info on these in reply to macec3(TX), 03-20-2017 11:07:35  

Got some more pictures. I think the small part previously posted is for a Covington 3 point planter. I found another part in the barn that looks like the two go together. Also attached a small sweep to the small piece. The Covington planter has a cast steel piece on it now. I believe the welded/bolted assembly is just a replacement for the cast steel piece.
Thanks for the information.

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DGinVT

03-20-2017 14:07:37




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 Re: Need info on these in reply to macec3(TX), 03-20-2017 11:07:35  
The one small red piece appears to be a shoe from a long lost push blade that may have been a part of your dad's Cub accessories.

" Jen Sales" is a mail order publishing house in MN. That firm carries just about all catalogs and information on tractors, etc. Each line entry carries the Make, part etc.

I don't know how the ordering works today, as I got my catalogs by ordering them over the phone The order was more than 20 years ago

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gene bender

03-20-2017 17:55:33




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 Re: Need info on these in reply to DGinVT, 03-20-2017 14:07:37  
Not for the blade it has a shovel on it



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Jim Becker

03-20-2017 12:09:55




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 Re: Need info on these in reply to macec3(TX), 03-20-2017 11:07:35  
The big one is part of a Cub-172 planter, mounts as you guessed. By the way, it is misassembled. I don't know the other part. Another picture from a different angle (that shows the portion we appear to be seeing the edge of) might help someone ID it.



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