Threaded holes purpose ???????

Thu Aug 01, 2013 6:06 pm

I recently posted a question about grill/radiator guards. So while I was looking at my 154 Cub LoBoy, I noticed 3 threaded holes on each side of the tractor, back about a foot from the front grill. This is where I see that the grill guards are mounted to when I look at pictures of other people's Cubs with grill guards.
So my question is......what was the intended purpose of those threaded holes ???? I know that they will work great when attaching a grill guard, but is that what they were intended for or were they there for a front end loader or something else. If they were for a grill guard, how come you don't see any factory guards around???? Lots of questions and so little answers !!!! Help me figure this one out !!!! Thanks.


Re: Threaded holes purpose ???????

Thu Aug 01, 2013 6:35 pm

Go to ebay and look at the 154 with a front end loader on it. It looks like its bolted in those holes. ... 43b8d2f429

Re: Threaded holes purpose ???????

Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:22 am

Yes, those threaded holes are the front implement mounting points, needed for a front end loader, snow blower, or snow blade.