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Re: current farmall cub prices

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 Re: current farmall cub prices in reply to gusbratz, 11-21-2012 20:33:51  
I went and bought them last night. Red one was trying to start but fuel was pouring out of the carb when it did fire up for a second it sounded like it had a knock in the engine. That has me worried a bit. It has a new wiring harness, new lights and a new seat, also a belt pulley take off and the moldboard plow depth control lever he didnít mention but I donít think he knew what they were. Yellow and white one I didn't even try but both tractors have some tar like substance in them that could pass for oil, and both have antifreeze in them. I looked real good for cracks in the block behind the steering box. Both tractors with plow blades yellow one with mower deck, a set of chains, and factory service manuals for 1500$. He says he has been advertiseing them since july and had lots of people call and tell him what a deal it is but nobody has any money. I will have to drive back down 2 hours away to get the second one tonight. Wish me luck.

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 Re: current farmall cub prices in reply to gusbratz, 11-24-2012 04:05:14  
I was mowing with a case 222 mower and the deck bearing went, I took the deck off and was driving the tractor with the belt dragging along the ground and it sucked the belt in. belt caught the pto rod and somehow the belt and 5/16Ē rod wound around the engine. Crushed the covers and took all the fins off the flywheel. I decided to get a cub to mow with next year instead of throwing 300$ at the case. Itís a shame because it was a nice mower. I think the cubs are going to become more popular over the next 20 years as the dollar continues to fall and food prices rise. I think we will see a lot of people trying to grow big gardens. But who knows.

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