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- Team Cub Guide
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- Tractors Owned: 47, 48, 49 cub plus Wagner loader & other attachments. 41 Farmall H.
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1947 Circle series Farmall Cub with Armstrong lift, belt pulley, 5"rims 6" tires, SN 563
1949 Farmall Cub with high crop option and hydraulics
1955 Farmall Cub with fast hitch
1955 International Cub Loboy with fast hitch
1957 Farmall Cub with fast hitch
1959 Farmall Cub with fast hitch
- Location: way high up in the Huachuca Mt. at the bottom of a deep dark canyon
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Jim Becker wrote:Of course if you want the time, you can go to the source:
This clock is 8-seconds slow comparing it to my atomic clocks time. Could not rely on this to snipe bids.
Then came Bronson
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mltiema wrote:yesterdayI noticed it was running backwards.
Q. Is this a good thing
Seems like they did that a lot when I was in high school. It was not good.
A lot of the electric clocks had motors that would run either way and it was random which way they ran when plugged in. They put in a little latch mechanism that would stop it if it ran backwards at start up. If it ran against the stop, it would then pick up running the other way. Some times when they get old (probably gummed up) they will occasionally reverse themselves at random then bump the latch and start going frontwards again. Not obvious anything is wrong, but they start loosing time. If you do enough monkeying with the latch, you can make them run backwards.
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