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10-15-2016 18:31:00

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I found a guy who has a cultivator, plow, and blade (hopefully a 54A) for sale. He doesn't know anything about them. He said they came with his Cub when he bought it. He only wants $250 for all three implements. What do I need to look for with the blade and cultivator? Is there a serial tag on the blade or any markings that I can be certain it's a 54A? I know that there's a bunch of parts that go with the cultivators but is there anything that I need to make sure I have? Are there any parts that are hard to come by if they are missing? My Cub has the touch control.


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10-17-2016 08:23:14

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 Re: Farmall Cub Implements in reply to Jdp8402, 10-15-2016 18:31:00  
Thanks for the help. I wanted to go pick the stuff up yesterday but the guy didn't return my calls. Hopefully I can still get then sometime. I'll try to post some pictures when I get them.

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10-17-2016 08:08:39

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 Re: Farmall Cub Implements in reply to Jdp8402, 10-15-2016 18:31:00  
Look for the spring rods that lift the cultivators, they run anywhere from 45 to 80 each. The breaking plow look for the depth control lever. Most folks that don't know much about em.think they are the manual lift lever but they are different. They run about 100 to 150 for just the lever. For that price I would go for it no matter what. But this way it gives ya an idea what your gettin into. Those blades are not a science to em. If you don't have something ya need they are very easy to build parts for if you or a freind is handy with a welder. With the cultivator just look for the front and rear lift spring rods but if not there I would buy it anyway. They can be bought in.multiple places just a little pricey.

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10-16-2016 18:21:55

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 Re: Farmall Cub Implements in reply to Jdp8402, 10-15-2016 18:31:00  
Buy them NOW.....

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10-16-2016 06:14:41

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 Re: Farmall Cub Implements in reply to Jdp8402, 10-15-2016 18:31:00  
buy them for that kind of money. Look up the attachments on the net and then you can see if they are complete

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10-16-2016 06:11:45

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 Re: Farmall Cub Implements in reply to Jdp8402, 10-15-2016 18:31:00  
buy them, if you need them. that is a very good price

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