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12-06-2006 06:43:14

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Brandon Webb

12-07-2006 17:42:11

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 Re: Cud ID try again in reply to Crispin, 12-06-2006 06:43:14  
Whoever ownes this tractor or buys it, I'll trade a brand new set of rear rims, with new tires and tubes, for the Hi crop rears, or I'll buy the cub. Please call me at 606-877-1351, or email me at: Thanks Brandon.

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Brandon Webb

12-07-2006 15:25:57

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 Re: Cud ID try again in reply to Crispin, 12-06-2006 06:43:14  
Will the owner please call me at 606-877-1351, I"d be interested in buying the cub. Thanks Brandon Webb.

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12-06-2006 08:15:05

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 Thanks ... in reply to Crispin, 12-06-2006 06:43:14  
I will get it out of the garage and take a pic of the front. I would want to know if it is unusual.
Thanks again, C.

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Don L C

12-06-2006 15:55:45

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 Re: Thanks ... in reply to Crispin, 12-06-2006 08:15:05  
The hardware cloth grill is not original,the fastners yes grill no........

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gene (missouri)

12-06-2006 15:14:02

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 Re: Thanks ... in reply to Crispin, 12-06-2006 08:15:05  
Not unusual unless your talking about one rear tire being on backwards and the other flat. Not rare. Rarity depends on your location.

Picture #2, right side. The serial number plate is located on the side of the front bolster, radiator lower housing, behind the steering shaft.

My guess is around a 1948. for all of your questions concerning Cubs.

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12-07-2006 05:32:29

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 ID plate missing... in reply to gene (missouri), 12-06-2006 15:14:02  
Thanks. I found the little button head rivits and no plate. I think the casting #'s have narrowed it down.
A fair price is my biggest concern now. Especially since I am friends with both the seller and buyer..??

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gene (missouri)

12-07-2006 06:45:52

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 Re: ID plate missing... in reply to Crispin, 12-07-2006 05:32:29  
That Cub has had a rough life. It's missing parts. And there are several owner modifications. Putting the tractor back in operating condition is going to cost $$$s and a lot of time.

What's the Cub worth? My estimation. It's not worth much more than a parts tractor. $700- or less.

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12-06-2006 07:40:18

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 Re: Cud ID try again in reply to Crispin, 12-06-2006 06:43:14  
That Cub also appears to be a High-Crop model, making it a bit on the rare side. I have only seen a few High-Crop Cubs other than in books. A better view of the front end/wheels would confirm.


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Michael Sheik

12-06-2006 08:16:20

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 Re: Cud ID try again in reply to Phlogiston, 12-06-2006 07:40:18  
High Crop?
Tell me what makes you think that. Reason why I ask is my Dad gave me a 51 Cub a few weeks ago. It is in lots better shape cosmetically and runs and purrs like a kitten. It looks exactly like this one as far as I can tell. Is there something in the serial number and or specific things to look for to verify high crop or not?

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Nat 2

12-06-2006 09:45:13

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 Re: Cud ID try again in reply to Michael Sheik, 12-06-2006 08:16:20  
A Hi-Crop Cub has 32" rear rims and 15" front rims. It is obvious by looking at the extended lug tabs running from the rim to the wheel center that the Cub pictured is a Hi-Crop. If yours has the same extended lug tabs, you also have a hi-crop.

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12-06-2006 09:49:29

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 hi-crop question in reply to Nat 2, 12-06-2006 09:45:13  
Do all Cubs have that "drop" axle setup in the rear where the spindle/hub are below the line of the main rear axle? Thanks, C.

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12-06-2006 09:59:38

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 lug extension... in reply to Crispin, 12-06-2006 09:49:29  
This pic shows better what Nat2 is refering to..

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Red Dave

12-06-2006 07:33:46

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 Re: Cud ID try again in reply to Crispin, 12-06-2006 06:43:14  
Yep, it's a Cub. Price varies a lot depending on location, but in my neck of the woods, I'd expect one like that to go for $1,500 - $2,000, plus a couple hundred for the mower, plus a couple hundred more if it really looked good. Cubs go high, generally. Higher than is justified, in my opinion, but some collectors love them and that drives the price.

Just going by the picture I notice a couple a things:
The air cleaner is missing
It looks generally kinda rough, looks may be deceiving, but it appears to have been worked hard. I'd want to know what shape the engine is in, compression, rattles, smoke etc.
The rear wheels don't look stock, but I don't know enough about them to identify what it is. Maybe some kind of high clearance thing going on there?

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Dennis in NC

12-06-2006 06:59:17

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