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Re: Cub plow adjustment lever (part dimensions needed)

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02-25-2001 17:27:54

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The 5/8 holes are 8 1/2 inches apart on center. That would be from the first to the last hole. The three holes that are together are one inch apart. Click below for more pictures.

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02-25-2001 18:47:45

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 Re: Re: Cub plow adjustment lever (part dimensions needed) in reply to Wardner, 02-25-2001 17:27:54  
That looks like the lever for a hillside plow. Of course the link would be the same, only with one link on each side. I have that part and some others for my set...but I expect to have to make the selector handles and a few other parts. Do you have more of it available for pictures?
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02-25-2001 19:27:46

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 Re: Re: Re: Cub plow adjustment lever (part dimensions needed) in reply to George Willer, 02-25-2001 18:47:45  
George, I don't know what a hillside plow looks like. The plow that I have is a two way cub plow. It is a set of left and right bottoms that includes a bracket that attaches behind the seat. The bracket holds one or the other plow up when it is not being used. Because you are an expert metal worker, you could fabricate one but you should have an original to copy from. I can't make anymore pictures because my digicam got stolen. BTW I know that you are looking for a tiller. I have a Cub tiller but I have no idea how it attaches or even works with the high 1st gear ground speed. I do not need it. I am perfectly happy with a bigger one that plugs into my big fasthitch tractors. Punch the link for more Cub implement pictures.

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02-25-2001 21:30:32

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Cub plow adjustment lever (part dimensions needed) in reply to Wardner, 02-25-2001 19:27:46  
Thanks for the reply. We are talking about the same plow...just using different names for it. Sorry about your camera. It's the levers, brackets and latches to hold the plows up that are missing.

I have a (gasp) John Deere tiller from a L & G tractor that I may put a separate engine on. Then I could rev it up while idling the tractor back. We'll see.

Someone did a nice job posting the implement pictures.

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