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RTR

01-31-2013 08:17:18
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Sounds like the tractor has been modified (cobbled) over the years and is FAR from the original and correct set up. Detailed pictures of the Dash, serial number (plate on front steering housing), and some other info such as alternator or generator and 12 or 6 volt would also help. That tractor should have originally been red; not the yellow/white combo. Yellow/white came along in the mid 60's on a totally new new body style. That is also the incorrect seat for that tractor, so if you don't like it, that's why.
FYI, the choke lever is opposite the start lever and looks the same as the start lever. If you'll follow the linkage from the carburetor choke, you'll see where it goes. But like I said, who knows what has been changed!

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James Dotson

01-31-2013 08:21:45
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 Re: New to tractors in reply to RTR, 01-31-2013 08:17:18  
I'm at work, but do know the tractor is 6v.



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RTR

01-31-2013 08:24:57
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 Re: New to tractors in reply to James Dotson, 01-31-2013 08:21:45  
You say you just bought it.....but have you heard it run? If you bought it non-running and it's been sitting for several months; you'll need to prime the oil pump first. Don't want to ruin a good tractor. The folks at www.farmallcub.com (forum) will be able to help you leaps and bounds too. That is all that site specializes in whereas here only a few of us have Cubs.



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James Dotson

01-31-2013 11:20:19
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 Re: New to tractors in reply to RTR, 01-31-2013 08:24:57  
Thanks.



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