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guessing game, cub year

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ericlb

01-22-2017 10:32:01




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recently i bought this cub, the serial number says its a 1958, now i ran across another supposedly original 57 cub, that one has the white bar grill so which is correct, and if the 57 is, they what year is mine wearing, the grill is one piece, it and the center divider doesn't unbolt like my 1947 cub's does which has no center divider

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BarnyardEngineering

01-23-2017 05:04:11




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to ericlb, 01-22-2017 10:32:01  
Not only is it home made, but they went to the trouble of welding it to the hood.

This is the correct grille, but since it's over $200, I can see why the previous owner decided to build his own.

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John M

01-22-2017 17:13:37




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to ericlb, 01-22-2017 10:32:01  
I agree on homemade grill. Wheres the air cleaner pipe and dipstick?



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ericlb

01-23-2017 07:34:29




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to John M, 01-22-2017 17:13:37  
it didnt have one, it does now



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Steve706

01-22-2017 14:49:19




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to ericlb, 01-22-2017 10:32:01  
Your serial number is your year plain and simple. At some point the original grill was likely heavily damaged and somebody made one to fit. It does the job, but doesn't look original for any year cub.



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markct

01-22-2017 13:59:54




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to ericlb, 01-22-2017 10:32:01  
Looks like a homemade grill to me



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D beatty

01-22-2017 23:44:46




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to markct, 01-22-2017 13:59:54  
Looks like a Allis Chalmers grille.



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rustred

01-22-2017 11:43:38




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to ericlb, 01-22-2017 10:32:01  
what, running no air cleaner?



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ericlb

01-23-2017 07:39:09




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to rustred, 01-22-2017 11:43:38  
the air cleaner is there whats missing is the pipe connecting it to the carb, i have one on it now this thing wasnt "quite done" when i bought it, the po showed me over 4 grand worth of receipts for work he had done, guess he paid somebody to do all of it for him,



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Jim Becker

01-22-2017 11:04:21




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 Re: guessing game, cub year in reply to ericlb, 01-22-2017 10:32:01  
Your has some pretty obviously home-made parts.



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