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Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models

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F4RM@11

06-26-2014 18:39:50
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I'm considering one of the offset models (likely SA or 140) with a belly mower for mowing 2-3 acres and plowing and cultivating garden spaces up to 1ac in size.

Do implements for the Cub, A, Super A, 140, etc. interchange? Of course 1 pt fast hitch implements are different, but do they work with any tractor with the 1 pt FH?

Any thoughts on power for mowing or plowing with these models? Cubs are plentiful here in Central OH, but they seem a little underpowered.

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NawlensGator

06-28-2014 10:59:48
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 Re: Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models in reply to F4RM@11, 06-26-2014 18:39:50  

Changing implements on a single tractor gets real old real fast. I started out that way and quickly moved up to several tractors with dedicated implements. I still have to change out from time to time but it's kept at a minimum.



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couv

06-27-2014 16:07:38
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 Re: Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models in reply to F4RM@11, 06-26-2014 18:39:50  
CUB vs A, SA, 100, 130, 140 -----

Dad always said a Cub was a HALF-ROW tractor, while the A-to-140 were 1 rows.

May be smart for newbies to keep that in mind.



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Denny ('60 Lo-Boy)

06-27-2014 06:55:49
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 Re: Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models in reply to F4RM@11, 06-26-2014 18:39:50  
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I'm located in west central Ohio and we shouldn't be too far apart. I've been collecting Cubs and 140's far too long. Need to thin out the "herd" some. I have Cubs and implements and I have a 140 with fast hitch plow, disk and rear blade. If any interest in talking, let me know and we'll get together.



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gene bender

06-27-2014 03:37:11
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 Re: Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models in reply to F4RM@11, 06-26-2014 18:39:50  
You have too many things to do with one tractor. You will need to remove the mower to cultivate. You will need to remove the mower to plow. You cant beat a Cub for cultivating but plowing 1Awill be a pretty big job for it. Same thing applies for an A,SA 100 ect the mower needs to be removed. Now you can get a pull behind finish mower and the cult could be on. You need to do like i do i have a B just for mowing as you can use the drawbar for pulling a disc,harrow and trailer for odd jobs. You could use the B with mower and 2-12 pull plow as the mower can be left on for that job.

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Dean Olson

06-27-2014 07:02:34
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 Re: Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models in reply to gene bender, 06-27-2014 03:37:11  
I agree with Gene. You'll want more than one.

I originally wanted a SA for an over size garden. They are pricey in my area and implements are harder to find. Cubs are in the same price range or more and just didn't have the hp I wanted.

I ended up with my 1st SC for $500 about 10 years ago. It has a fast hitch and I was impressed with it once I figured out what it was. I have 2 now, one set up for tillage and the other set up for cultivating, side dressing, cycle mower etc. the fast hitch on both make it quick and easy to change implements. I'm getting too old to reconfigure tractors for different tasks so I set up for each for a different job. I'll end up with a 3rd so I don't have to swap the mounted implements.

It's turned into a real scavenger hunt trying to find any and all the fast hitch implements specific to the SC. I have 9 different one so far.

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john *.?-!.* cub owner

06-26-2014 20:06:33
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 Re: Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models in reply to F4RM@11, 06-26-2014 18:39:50  
the super A and 140 implements will interchange, but neither the cub or A will interchange with the super A or 140, nor between cub and A.



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steve706

06-26-2014 19:55:05
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 Re: Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models in reply to F4RM@11, 06-26-2014 18:39:50  
I went through the same thing a couple years back trying to decide which offset would serve me best. I do about the same as you plus I have a blade for winter. I settled on a 100 and found it suited me best. It has good power and most imements are available at decent prices....cub implements fit cubs and generally do not cross over. To this day I have never had one minute of remorse over my choice, they are a decent machine to say the least.

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old

06-26-2014 18:53:15
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 Re: Compatibility of Implements for Offset Models in reply to F4RM@11, 06-26-2014 18:39:50  
A lot of stuff form a cub will not work if run off the PTO due to the Cyb PTO turning back ward of most. Also the SA is a fair bit bigger so I do not think but can not be 100% sure that much else like the plow etc will work



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