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1967 International Cub with one point hitch

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Satohbill

11-08-2018 08:36:36




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I just purchased a 67 International Cub with one point hitch. Should I be able to pull and use a 4 or 5 ft scrape blade on the rear? I thought it would be ideal for scraping snow in driveways.




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W_B

11-09-2018 22:06:36




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 08:36:36  
We had a Cub at home with a one-point plow and a flail mower.. Also had the front blade pictured on this thread.



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Hobo,NC

11-08-2018 16:01:21




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 08:36:36  
I see no reason why you can't just don't look to do much work with it... Even with a front blade you are not going to do much with it BTDT...

My experience is with wet snow are dirt the front blade will just ride up over the top of the snow/dirt... I was not impressed...



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Satohbill

11-08-2018 11:11:32




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 08:36:36  
[I have moved my question to the IH forum.



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Kirk-NJ

11-09-2018 00:49:29




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 11:11:32  
Try farmall cub dot com. They will have manuals you can download. A have a classified section.



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R Geiger

11-08-2018 11:07:42




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 08:36:36  
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You can pull a trailer for one, but nothing that would require lifting it off the ground.



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Tall T

11-08-2018 10:48:50




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 08:36:36  
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Which part of, "You might post on the IH forum"

did you not understand?

IH = International Harvester



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Farmer Dan

11-08-2018 10:47:58




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 08:36:36  
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the Cub had about a dozen implements available. I had five of them with mine. Here is your front blade. You can also mid mount it as a grader blade.



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Satohbill

11-08-2018 10:33:18




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 08:36:36  
So just what exactly can I use that one point hitch for?



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Kirk-NJ

11-09-2018 00:43:05




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 10:33:18  
They made almost as many attachments for the one as the standard cub hitch. They did make a one point scrapper blade for the back but they are hard to find. I have had just about every one point implement there was for the cub except the one point mott mower, which I don't need cause I have one on my standard cub. Here is a shot planting corn with the 184 one point planter.

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R Geiger

11-08-2018 10:30:45




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 Re: 1967 International Cub with one point hitch in reply to Satohbill, 11-08-2018 08:36:36  
Short answer, no to the rear blade but I seen a video on youtube of one with a front blade.

You might post on the IH forum.



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