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My name is Jeff Hamilton (Hambone) Iam from watson la. just a little outside of Baton Rouge,about 45 miles from Gary`s La. cub fest. which i really enjoyed .Thanks gary johnie and all who helped .Iam married ,beliver in jesus chirst my lord.I have a daughter Erin who is now 20 (my how they grow up fast). I own the 53 F cub that belonged to my dad .It sat in my grandpa`s barn about 12 years before i started working on it .Thanks to the guys at the fest (what a blessing) Its feels good to get his old tractor running again in memory of dad.Still have some work to do such as genorator,governor,wiring ect.Hope to get er done with the help of this site Dont know how to post picture yet you can go to la cub fest photos and see it there .Being Iam kind of a big fella will be hard to miss.The cub has a belly mower on it .Thats the only attactment i have for it right now hope to get more in the future.Thanks to Carl (lurker),Bob ,Harold and his dad,Don,Cecle,Mike,Jim .WE did alot of work points plugs ,carb,frontend,compression check ect.Thanks in advance to all the guy`s on this site for there very helpful input Guess for now i`ll get off this thing for iam not very good at computers talk a little later (hooked on cubs)..... and fishin Later Hambone
Welcome, Jeff, to a great forum with fantastic people and more info than you can ever imagine. Enjoy.
Glad you could keep your dad's Cub in the family. That makes it very special.
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Welcome, Jeff. Enjoy the family Cub.
"The probability of life originating from accident is comparable to the probability of the unabridged dictionary resulting from an explosion in a printing shop." Edwin Conklin, biologist
It is special to be able to have your Dad's Cub, and I am positive that this will be an enjoyable labour of love for you. You have already attended a CubFest so you know how valuable that can be, and to top it off, you met some great folks and some of the forum guru's btw.... Soooo, you are well off to the races.
Enjoy.. and if you go to the CBoK in the How To Forum, you will be posting pics real soon The links are in the text above. Enjoy the read.. and most of all have fun with your Dad's Cub as you go through this journey.
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hey hambone glad to have ya on board
He that tilleth his land shall be satisfied with bread: Proverbs 12:11
Jeff , we are glad to see you posting here. The work done on your cub at the La Fest was as much fun for everyone else as it was for you beleive me. Thanks for bringing her along. Call one of us here in the area if you have any cub questions. Again Welcome.
It was nice to meet you in person at the fest. Hope to see you again soon.
1975 cub (LouAnn) serial # 245946, 1941 John Deere Model H
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Welcome to the forum!
Wishing you Continued Success with the "Family Cub"
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