Waking up the ol' Cub

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Tractors Owned: 1951 Cub Lil Red
Location: Dyer, TN

Re: Waking up the ol' Cub

Postby Willy » Sun Oct 14, 2018 12:12 pm

Well, it's been right at a year since the Missus suggest I get her Grandaddy's old Cub running instead of buying a used Kubota or similar. I haven't done much on it over the summer as the shop gets awful hot and welding in shorts, t-shirt and flip flops can put you to dancin'. But I've been using it every time I think of something I can do with it.

It's not smoking near as much now and feels like it's got a lot more power than what it did when I first got it going. I'm still wanting to put some kind of a mower deck on it. I got a start on a small boom pole for it. And I found the tub for an old wheel barrow out in the barn which is probably going to be made to use with the 3 point hitch. The cargo rack pretty much stays on the Cub these days as it seems to be what I use the most with it.

The 3 point hitch got weight tested when I overloaded the trailer and the Touch Control wouldn't lift the tongue up. So, I know that the hitch is strong enough for anything the hydraulics can lift. The more I use it, the more comfortable I am about it's holding up. My wife's uncle saw it for the first time yesterday and said "That's looks to be handier than a pocket on a shirt". He thought the hitch was store bought.

Now that it's cooling off, time to get back into the shop...
Waking up the ol' Cub

Nah, it's not leaking oil. It's just marking it's territory.

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