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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby bear32055 » Wed Mar 30, 2011 3:50 pm

I can see the arch from my house in Illinois so that ought to be close enuf to counted as an almost Missourian
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby Yogie » Wed Mar 30, 2011 8:50 pm

bear32055 wrote:I can see the arch from my house in Illinois so that ought to be close enuf to counted as an almost Missourian

:lol: Sorry Bear guy, almost but still a Yankee :lol:
If I climb that big ole tree on the hill above my house I'm pretty sure I can see the Mississippi River. That means I could maybe make that drive. :{_}:
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby bear32055 » Wed Mar 30, 2011 9:08 pm

nope u get all shakey and skeered when u aint in them hills
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby JP Tractor » Fri Apr 15, 2011 1:30 pm

I think if you all want to set up a Show Me Cub area it is doable. Also if you wanted to do more hands on cubfest items, we have the shelter area and have tried "how to clinics" in the past. But I guess not having powertools may have made a difference. If you all come up with something you would like to do - I am very open. This is our 10th Anniversary and we want it to be a BIG one.

The IHC National Auction will be the same weekend, And we will have a cadet corner to try and get a recond number of Cadet Originals here to celebrate the 50th birthday of the cadet.

I really wanted to do something special for those that have been to 9 and 10 of the shows. Any ideas send them on. TIme gets away from me quicker and quicker it seems with work, a new side business in Cherokee Pass the both kids active in school.

Hope to see anyone that can manage the time off September 22-24, you won't be disappointed! :wink:
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby artjh » Sat Apr 16, 2011 9:10 pm

I'm in south St. Louis County, Sappington area, own a 1961 CUB and 1962 CUB LOWBOY. Both are equipped with Woods 59 mower.
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby teddybear » Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:39 pm

I know this is probably not in the right place, but I need someone to help me with a PTO shifter problem. I am in Carthage,Mo if there is anyone close to me that might be able to help.
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby midmo » Mon Sep 09, 2013 9:32 pm

If you go to the main page and post what it is doing you will get help on how to fix. I think there is a member in Web City. I'm in mid Missouri a little to far for hands on.
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby wrink3 » Tue Sep 10, 2013 8:04 am

Hi,
I'm down in SW MO near Buffalo. Two Cubs
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby mountain4don » Tue Sep 10, 2013 9:07 am

I am on the East side of Jefferson City. I've owned an International Cub Lo-Boy for about 30 years. But its a working tractor on our farm. In the last few years I am becoming more interested in viewing collectable stuff for some of these old tractors. Unfortunately all of my tractors (all Farmall) are passing into the collectable age range. And I remember when they were new. :shock: So if there was a gathering in the local mid-Missouri area I always seem to have questions on mechanical work on my Cub and wouldn't mind hauling it to an event. :mrgreen:
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby Eugene » Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:59 am

mountain4don wrote:So if there was a gathering in the local mid-Missouri area I always seem to have questions on mechanical work on my Cub and wouldn't mind hauling it to an event.


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Look up MidMo Cub fest in California, Missouri, Kansas Cub Fest, and CubArama. CubArama is a show but you can probably get most or all questions Cub answered.

Ron, MidMo is or was looking for someone to share a ride to CubArama. You can contact Ron by clicking on his board name in a couple of posts above.

Zip code 65101, Taos?
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby Ray 59 » Tue Sep 10, 2013 6:51 pm

Hi I am in Cole Camp six cubs at this time
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby mountain4don » Wed Sep 11, 2013 8:22 am

Zip code 65101 is very close to Taos. I belonged to the Taos fire department for years, and we attend church there. I missed a cub gathering a while back in California, Missouri when it conflicted with some other family event. I always wanted to borrow one of the belt drive units for a cub at one of these events and try running my small IH hammer mill that I have had since I bought the farm back in 1986. I was going to use it for grinding chicken feed years ago but never got there and all the chickens are gone now. :roll:

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mountain4don wrote:So if there was a gathering in the local mid-Missouri area I always seem to have questions on mechanical work on my Cub and wouldn't mind hauling it to an event.


viewtopic.php?f=8&t=75279

Look up MidMo Cub fest in California, Missouri, Kansas Cub Fest, and CubArama. CubArama is a show but you can probably get most or all questions Cub answered.

Ron, MidMo is or was looking for someone to share a ride to CubArama. You can contact Ron by clicking on his board name in a couple of posts above.

Zip code 65101, Taos?
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby midmo » Wed Sep 11, 2013 6:32 pm

We need to get together some time. I have a belt unit I would let you try. Teddybear we didn't get you much help down there in Carthage,Mo.
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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby artjh » Wed Sep 11, 2013 7:41 pm

Add me to your Missouri list. (south st. county)

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Re: MO. cub owners

Postby mountain4don » Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:30 am

midmo wrote:We need to get together some time. I have a belt unit I would let you try. Teddybear we didn't get you much help down there in Carthage,Mo.


Ok, that would be fun. I have the '59 Cub with a Woods mower deck mounted on it that I could remove before bring it and the hammer mill out to your place. Along with a short belt I think might work on it. The next problem would be getting some corn to grind with it. Maybe somebody local happens to have some corn in the bin they need ground up for feed or something. Or maybe I could buy a couple of tons and put the fine sieve in the grinder and make a lot of corn meal for a fish fry and corn bread? Got some fish in the freezer too! :{_}:
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