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I am looking for a feed mill or hammer mill as we called them for my CUB.
Did IH make one for the CUB? Also, I went today and looked at one
that was an IH the only markings I could find was "7 77-FA IH. It appeared
to be about the same size as the one we had when I was coming up.
We pulled it with the Super C or the H.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Do you remember the mill J.P. displayed at Cubarama 2002? It was a cute little thing and sized for the Cub.
The most affectionate creature in the world is a wet dog. Ambrose Bierce
I know where a brand new (NOS) mill for a Cub is at but I have to get her to sell it to me one of theses days. It is still at the dealership.
30 + tractors including 2 French Super Cubs, French Cubs, 1963 Industrial Cub, 1955 Cub Highcrop etc...German and French built IH tractors and some bigger IH tractors. Of course I have about 20 IH trucks and an IH refridge in the Shop.
Russ: I have a hammer mill which I obtained from an older farmall mechanic who lives nearby. I haven't found any markers to identify the maker but he told me that it is IH brand. It is stored at my son's house. I don't plan to restore it so am willing to sell. Let me know if you are interested and I will drive out to take a closer look at its condition and see if I can find any indication that it is, in fact, made by IH. Dan
Russ: I called the previous owner of my hammer mill. He said that he used his cub to power the mill and that I got the complete unit. If interested, contact me off-line for additional information. Dan
I knew I could count on Y-O-U somehow I don't remember
seeing the mill you furnished a pic of. Thanks. The one I looked at
looks almost identical [aside from the old paint and rust and the fact
that it is scattered over a quarter acre] to this one, however, it looked
bigger. The pulley was made of paper and about 4 in. in diameter and
6 inches wide. The blade drum was about 14-16 in. in diameter as well
as the blower. The upright bin looked to be much bigger though.
er pardon my suburban upbringing, but what's the purpose of these mills??
'If they're tappin', they're not burnin'
Art, they were used to grind grain for making feed for livestock.
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem.
My wife says I don't listen to her. - - - - - - - - Or something like that!
Russ: I ran across this address on Yesterday's Tractors. Paper Pulleys (931) 388-9099. Also "firstname.lastname@example.org". Enjoyed talking with you and looking forward to your visit. Dan
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