This forum

Wed Aug 18, 2004 8:30 pm

What a great forum this is. I recently posted in the wanted forum that I was in need of a grass rod that attaches to the grass board. I was told by Ken over at Carter and Grunewald that this part was not available. A very alert member of this forum named Catfish spotted one for sale on Ebay and posted a link to it for me. I won the auction and got the part I needed for $15.00. Big thanks to Catfish, for his willingness to help. Bob Roraback

Wed Aug 18, 2004 8:33 pm

Bob, I think you will find that is the norm for this board. We strive to keep it clean and helpful with no bickering. Perhaps some of our get-togethers will be close enough for you to attend so you can meet some of the fellows.

Wed Aug 18, 2004 10:30 pm

Bob Roraback -- I owe you and CATFISH A thank you. if you hadn't looked for your grass rod and found the link that was poasted I would have mised the P T O shield for my mower. lets hope the seller keeps his end of the deal. I realy hate to do bus. with A ebay seller with A ( 0 ) rating. :?:

The best.

Thu Aug 19, 2004 7:30 am

This has to be the best forum I've ever seen for having people with real been-there-and-done-that experience pretty much *always* on line, and always willing to answer a really stupid question - or put up with a mis-post - or...

I appreciate this forum tremendously!

Thu Aug 19, 2004 8:32 am

I agree....this is a great place. Everyone is always willing to assist in any way they can. I haven't posted in a long time because I still don't have Dad's 1949 Cub home yet, but I read the forum daily. Trying to gain as much knowledge as possible before I start my troubleshooting/restoration. I'm really looking forward to getting into it.
You guys keep up the good work, and keep Cubbin'!

I'd have to go along with that consensus...

Thu Aug 19, 2004 8:35 am

These folks are ready and willing to give a good helping hand. They're the kind you'd enjoy coming over and sitting a spell on the old front porch swing and just "chewing the fat". Too bad most are so far away from where I live, as I'd really enjoy the opportunity to meet and greet these great folks. However, great minds do congregate. :) They're even conscientious about watching for the silver ducks.

SundaySailor (Rick) BTW, it's Friday Eve! :D

Thu Aug 19, 2004 12:10 pm

We have a few near you Sunday Sailor

Albemarle, North Carolina Jim Hudson
NC, Yadkinville Daniel H.
Whiteville, North Carolina poppy121
North Carolina buster
Youngsville NC Chad NC
Wilkesboro, NC Bruce903
Timberlake, NC gottacub
Durham, NC Ramon
Northeast N.C. Area GewPao
Richlands NC Darwin Lowell
Winston-Salem,NC 27103 ricsamwar
NC, Jacksonville area Super A
East Bend,NC Jim Reid
Shelby, NC gunfreak25
north carolina kent
NC,PILOT ghostdog
Kings Mountain, NC davajones
angier nc hlarnette
Charlotte NC rbeverly
NC, Benson jworthington
Concord, NC Wild Willie
Kannapolis NC jwinecoff
Kannapolis, NC 28081 danovercash

Now, that's

Thu Aug 19, 2004 1:20 pm

a fair number! Makes me wonder just how many cubs there are around in NC. I might get the bug like a few others around here and start a collection of my own. :)

Thu Aug 19, 2004 1:53 pm

Sanday Sailor, I know it would be a pretty good drive, but if you want to get Cub fever properly, come to Cubarama in Fredricktown, Mo. September 24 and 25.

Sat Aug 21, 2004 10:17 am

Bob, Glad I could help! I just happened to see that on Ebay and then saw your post. I've been helped by the fine folks on this board so many times in the past and it feels good to be able to give something back, no matter how small. :D