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Texas Denny

02-26-2007 16:53:58




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I'm not very much into after 1964 Farmalls and newer.

A friend died leaving about a dozen tractors for his widow to sell. One is a small Farmall with a Cub decal on the hood. The sheet metal looks more similar to a 140. The serial number 223170 makes it a 1963. First, am I right on serial number because I got it from a cub list (Farmall, International) on this sight?? Second, what is the difference between a 140 and a Cub??

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Nawlens Gator

02-27-2007 07:25:01




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to Texas Denny, 02-26-2007 16:53:58  

IH 140 is about 23 HP and bigger physically.



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Texas Denny

02-27-2007 06:23:19




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to Nat 2, 02-27-2007 05:25:03  
That probably explains it. I haven't found pictures of late 60's Cub's.



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Texas Denny

02-27-2007 16:10:04




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to Nat 2, 02-27-2007 16:04:28  
Only 5 Cubs there - none like this one. It says there is 447 photos but could only display two pages.



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Jim Becker

02-27-2007 16:52:18




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to Texas Denny, 02-27-2007 16:10:04  
This page isn't working for me right now. But try it after a while. It has a picture of each basic version of the Cub.



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gene (missouri)

02-26-2007 20:24:17




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to Texas Denny, 02-26-2007 16:53:58  
The Cubs serial number plate is located on the right side of the tractor behind the point where the steering wheel shaft enters the front bolster. The plate (if it's still there) should provide the model and serial number.

The engine serial number is located on the left side of the engine crankcase to the right of the carburator. The number "should" be preceded by the letters FCUBM.



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Texas Denny

02-26-2007 20:41:39




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to gene (missouri), 02-26-2007 20:24:17  
Yep. I found the plate today and took down the serial number. When I got home and started looking at photos, I could find a cub that looked like this tractor. Didn't bother to look at the model number when I took down the serial number. I'll check tomorrow.



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El Toro

02-26-2007 19:04:15




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to Texas Denny, 02-26-2007 16:53:58  
third party image

Here's a Cub. Hal



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El Toro

02-26-2007 18:57:06




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to Texas Denny, 02-26-2007 16:53:58  
The Cub has the C-60 engine and the 140 has the C-123 engine and the 140 is larger in size compared to the Cub. I would think the tires are larger on the 140. You need to look more info. Post a picture would help. There should be decals on the hood too. Hal



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dave guest

02-26-2007 18:47:06




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 Re: Farmall Cub in reply to Texas Denny, 02-26-2007 16:53:58  
Know nothin' about 140. Older cubs are only bout 10 horse. Got cu b and love it. Had it 20 year. 140 pro bably more horse and newer.



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