Posted by IH fan on January 31, 2013 at 09:21:39 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: New to tractors posted by James Dotson on January 31, 2013 at 06:38:32:
The Cub is the smallest of the "true tractors" made by IH at the time. Anything smaller was a garden tractor type. It should be about 15HP with a 4 cylinder water cooled engine and a 3 speed transmission. The starter pull rod is a loop on the right and the choke should be a similar loop on the left with a rod to the carburator. Ignition switch should be a button pull switch. It would have been red when new, but probably was re-sold later by a dealer when Cubs were painted yellow and white... dealers always seem to think the latest paint scheme makes them look newer than they really are. Looks like your tie-rod is bent and probably has too much "toe-in"... that can be easily remedied by straightening the rod and should have a slight toe-in after that. Being that they are basically built like a small "farm tractor", they were a pretty sturdy little tractor.[/u]
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