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Lesser Known Classics Discussion Forum

Huber SC picture

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817jdg

04-07-2012 16:40:39
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Here is a picture hopefully. I thought I got it the first time but I guess not.




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Matt Goodman

05-08-2012 06:46:29
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to 817jdg, 04-07-2012 16:40:39  
Ran across your picture of the Huber. I would love to hear about it as I have just bought one of these tractors in about the same condition. They are actually considered a MFC not an SC i"m told. SC"s were the same as an LC with a smaller overhead waukesha and they only made 43 total. Yours predates LCs and SCs and should be around a 1930. If you have a serial number I could get the build date and the first owners name and address. Email me or call anytime at 585-455-1058. Thanks.
Matt

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817jdg

05-09-2012 17:51:49
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to Matt Goodman, 05-08-2012 06:46:29  
The serial number is 10829. I was told it was an SC that is all I am going by. The previous owner had contacted the Huber museum a few years back. I believe that was where he got his answer. I have two LC"s they are similar but yet different. I think I am the second owner it was still in the original family in southern MN.
Email is open..



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Ralph Bauer

04-20-2012 08:44:04
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to 817jdg, 04-07-2012 16:40:39  
Please tell me about that "channel" that the front wheels seem to ride in on the bottom of the trailer. Thanks, Ralph in Oklahoma.



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817jdg

04-23-2012 17:54:34
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to Ralph Bauer, 04-20-2012 08:44:04  
My truck was used for hauling RV's The center channel also had a similar ramp used while loading. They had a wheel they would put under the jack. Then the RV unit was winched one the truck. Once in place they had stands with a ball hitch on top. They would pin them in the center channel and latch the hitch to the stand. They would also strap over the wheels too.



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mike french

04-12-2012 08:51:54
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to 817jdg, 04-07-2012 16:40:39  
awesome, is it for sale? I would love to have it.



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817jdg

04-12-2012 17:35:39
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to mike french, 04-12-2012 08:51:54  
That is not the current plan. Thanks for asking



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J. Schwiebert

04-12-2012 17:38:37
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to 817jdg, 04-12-2012 17:35:39  
It does look good, How about some details, such as engine years of production, etc.



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817jdg

04-15-2012 17:02:29
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to J. Schwiebert, 04-12-2012 17:38:37  
To my understanding it was made only one year 1935. The motor is a flat head Waukesha 4 cylinder. I do have a couple LC Hubers that are very similad with a over head Waukesha.



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jfred

04-16-2012 05:04:44
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to 817jdg, 04-15-2012 17:02:29  
Good looking tractor! Could you tell me what model engine it says it is on the engine tag? It kind of looks like an XA, XAH, or XAK. Thanks!



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817jdg

04-23-2012 17:44:05
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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to jfred, 04-16-2012 05:04:44  
I do believe it is a VK. thanks



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ShadetreeRet

04-08-2012 20:01:27
184.4.18.44



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 Re: Huber SC picture in reply to 817jdg, 04-07-2012 16:40:39  
Looks to be in great shape! I''m sure you'll keep us posted.



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