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Mid TN Cubfest projects

Wed Aug 15, 2012 8:50 am

1. Josh Blair's electrical wiring and ignition switch

2. Lloyd's tune up, clean and adjust carb, valve lash, generator (non-runner)

3. 184 rear main seal, clutch, carb ..........

4. flush inside of rusty tank

5. replace pto on Jan's cub, hyd pump seal, install deluxe seat and bent shifter

6. I have a new barn find(non runner), a '48 that I have not touched. I thought it would be a good one to demonstrate the proccess of evaluating and testing a new cub from rolling it off the trailer, to starting and using it.

7. tune up Larry's cub (has a miss) also loosen governor/throttle rockshaft (stuck)

I am sure there are more projects out there. If you have one to bring, lets get it on the list.

ANY OF MY PROJECTS WILL COME AFTER THE OTHERS

Currently there are 4 cubs in the front yard, and more on the way :big afro:

Re: Mid TN Cubfest projects

Wed Aug 15, 2012 6:23 pm

Dale, I am not bringing a project. But Steve Koons and I are planning to be there Sat. with "Uncle Bob" in tow. I am still gaining strength after my ordeal, so I cannot be much help. But, I can still visit and talk. :wink: :wink: :wink:

Re: Mid TN Cubfest projects

Wed Aug 15, 2012 6:29 pm

Ron, I am sooo glad you can make it :big afro: I have been thinking a lot about you, and all you and your family have been through this last couple weeks.

We will be watching for you, Steve and Uncle Bob :big afro: on Sat.

Re: Mid TN Cubfest projects

Wed Aug 15, 2012 7:04 pm

Dale,
Take of Ron & Steve for me. Two of the finest individuals anywhere, bud.

Re: Mid TN Cubfest projects

Wed Aug 15, 2012 8:21 pm

Of course Mr E. they are fine fellows. Have to be Living in the great State of TN. I will say 'Hey for ya.
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