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Took off the sickle bar wasn't so bad and put on the 193- At the very end of the plow there is a flat section which seem to keep it from plowing at any depth- I took that off and it seems to work fine now- What is that for? Thanks-
We used the 151 trailing plow on our cub when I was young and it was a bear to turn when you got towards the center of the garden on the plowed ground. Also a bear to intsall. I just recently dismantled it and welded a 3 point hitch onto it to use on another tractor without much success. I think I am going to purchase a 3 point conversion for my cub and put a 3 point 12 inch bottom plow on there.Any body used the 3 point conversion on cub?
That is a nice way to spend a bundle of cash for a less than satisfactory solution for plowing. Stick with a 193 or 194 (depending on how your Cub is equipped) and you will have a plow that is designed to work, as a unit, with your Cub. Either plow, properly adjusted, will do an excellent job plowing, a hybrid 3-point system will be troublesome.
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Main trick to mounting the 151 is making sure it is supported properly when you disconnect it.
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Main main trick to mounting is to get another Cub and LEAVE it mounted!
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