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Mlb907

02-04-2013 15:07:14
76.127.89.183



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Can anyone help me id this. The plate says fc but the decals say farmal cub




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gene bender

02-04-2013 20:00:43
67.55.226.151



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Mlb907, 02-04-2013 15:07:14  
Its an early C with wide front and the hard to find veggie cult could do rows 15 on center on up to 6-15 or any combination in between. Those cults are hard to find. They also had them for the A,SA,SAV,B,and BN. I have two of them for the A. Many types of shovels were also available along with disc hillers. I also have the 4 row fert attchment for the A. Holders for the rectangle shaped shanks are even harder to find. Yours need a restoration for showing. Last cult like yours brought 450.00 and went from Calif to Ohio on ebay. They also had a model for the Cub that did multiple rows.

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Harvey 2

02-04-2013 18:36:27
74.128.149.135



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Mlb907, 02-04-2013 15:07:14  
It would help if the picture was right side up instead of having to turn the computer upside down



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Lmack

02-04-2013 17:45:28
24.131.58.167



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Mlb907, 02-04-2013 15:07:14  
Your main frames are C-254 A cultivators. The tool bars are modified for vegetable cultivation. The front tires look to be oversized probably for high flotation in soft soil. Look at the motor and verify if it is overhead valve or flat head. Some folks think I am crazy to ask but I saw a flat head C owned by a near kin. Check out the link to see a good picture of the cultivator.

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gene bender

02-04-2013 19:50:17
67.55.226.151



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Lmack, 02-04-2013 17:45:28  
What flat head engine did they use



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mlb907

02-04-2013 18:44:21
76.127.89.183



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Lmack, 02-04-2013 17:45:28  
Thanks for all the info :)



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Wheat Farmer

02-04-2013 15:40:00
97.121.170.137



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Mlb907, 02-04-2013 15:07:14  
That is a C. The first one built was #501 in 1948. The first one built in 1949 was #22624. You have an old one, but looking good. Rear tires should be something like 9.5-36, and the front 5:00-15.



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redih55

02-04-2013 15:14:08
132.3.57.81



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Mlb907, 02-04-2013 15:07:14  
What you have is a Farmall C. The tractor is way too big to be a Cub.



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Dave OBrien

02-04-2013 15:13:50
71.51.117.95



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Mlb907, 02-04-2013 15:07:14  
That is a "C" an early one by the s/n. I've seen several tractors with the incorrect model decals over the years. Overall looks like a decent machine.



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mlb907

02-04-2013 15:42:05
67.150.141.241



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 Re: Tractor id in reply to Dave OBrien, 02-04-2013 15:13:50  
Thanks I thought the Cub stickers were not quite right. Picked it up at an auction in CA runs pretty good. Is the cultivator a 200 series?



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