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Cub kid 48
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Zip Code: 04444

Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby Cub kid 48 » Mon Oct 10, 2022 11:04 am

I've always loved cubs since I was a kid and finally my father and I got a chance to pick one up. It was just down the Rd from where I grew up and never new it was there it's a true barn find. My father is 69 and I'm 43 we both still live on the Rd we both grew up on, I live about a 1/4 mile from my folks and about a mile and half from where the tractor was. I hadn't ever seen the tractor until a month ago, my father remembers seeing it as a kid we both are pretty excited about it.

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Barnyard
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Zip Code: 45030
Tractors Owned: At This Time
40 Farmall Cubs (Round Hood)
2 Farmall Cub (Square Hood)
2 IH Cubs (Square Hood)
5 Lo-Boys (Round Hood)
2 Lo-Boys (Square Hood)
2 Farmall 404's
1 Farmall H
1 Ferguson 20
1 Cub Cadet 125
1 Kubota B-7100
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Location: OH, New Haven (Hamilton County)

Re: Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby Barnyard » Mon Oct 10, 2022 11:07 am

Welcome to the group.
There are two ways to get enough Cubs. One is to continue to accumulate more and more. The other is to desire less.

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Zip Code: 80501
Tractors Owned: Cubs, MH Pony, Shaw, Allis G, 1934 Silver King, JD LA and LI, Gibson D, David Bradley Tri-Trac
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Location: CO, Longmont

Re: Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby Bob McCarty » Mon Oct 10, 2022 11:12 am

Welcome to the forum. Let us know if we can be of any help.
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we need to think differently."
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Zip Code: 02769
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5 lo-boys
1 154
1 184
1 IH444
1 Oliver OC3 crawler
1 AC D10
1 IH 100 manure spreader
1 IH model B corn grinder
3 power units
cub demonstrator
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Location: Ma. Rehoboth

Re: Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby ScottyD'sdad » Mon Oct 10, 2022 11:27 am

Welcome to the forum. Lots of useful information here.

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Cub kid 48
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Zip Code: 04444

Re: Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby Cub kid 48 » Mon Oct 10, 2022 11:59 am

I should have mentioned that it's a 1948 all original with a single bottom plow, grader blade/plow, cultivators and a sickle bar mower.

staninlowerAL
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Zip Code: 36558
Tractors Owned: Cubs: (3)'49's, (1 is for parts), (1)'57 IH Cub LoBoy w/FH, (2)154 Number Series Loboys, (1 is for parts), '76 Longstripe w/FH, Mowers: C-22, Bush Hog 412, Pennington 59, Woods RM42CF, Woods 42, assorted FCub plows, planters, discs, etc. OTHERS: '49 AC B & Ind. Sickle mower, '61 AC D12 Ser 2, '52 8N, '56 Ferguson 35 Deluxe, '47 & '49 Avery V, '53 MM BG (offset), '51 JD M (regular), '56 JD 420C, with Blade and fire plow, '85 JD 850 (Yanmar) w/72" belly mower, '76? Yanmar 2TR15 1500 & Bush Hog SQ42S-2 mower, '78? FORD Dexta, '86 FORD LGT14D & 48" Mower, (2)Cub Cadets & Mowers (MTD), (4) Sears Surburban's, other MTD mowers, Jeeps & other misc. "treasures"
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Location: AL (Southwest)

Re: Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby staninlowerAL » Mon Oct 10, 2022 2:26 pm

Welcome to the forum. Now that you have 2 posts, you can access/download manuals for your tractor and attachments from the Quick links tab at the top left corner of this page. Enjoy your tractor. Stan
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Pap
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Joined: Mon Jun 07, 2021 8:43 pm
Zip Code: 38401
Tractors Owned: 1947 Cub ( Err Err )
I could not say tractor when I was 2 years old so I called it Err Err.

I loved this tractor then and I still love it now.
Circle of Safety: Y
Location: Columbia, Tennessee

Re: Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby Pap » Mon Oct 10, 2022 6:42 pm

Welcome to the forum Cub kid.
Enjoy Your Ride.
Are We Having Fun Yet ? :D
'47 cub ( Err Err )

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Mike in Louisiana
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Re: Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby Mike in Louisiana » Thu Oct 13, 2022 8:16 am

Welcome to the forum.
1975 cub (LouAnn) serial # 245946, 1941 John Deere Model H

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and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Will Rogers

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Zip Code: 68803
Tractors Owned: 1948 Cub, Kittie; 1948 Cub, Harold; 1949 Cub, 49er; 1951 Cub, Tucker; 1951 Cub, Homely; 1956 Cub High Crop; 1957 Cub Loboy; 57 Cub Loboy w/fasthitch + 194 plow; 1958 Cub LoBoy w/FH, Popeye; 1961 Cub, Beater; #1-1962 Cub Loboy Dually (Originally Orange) w/Foot Throttle; #2-1962 Cub Loboy Dually (Originally Orange) w/Foot throttle; Yellow 1963 Cub Loboy and blade; 1970 Cub, Cubbie; and 5 other Cubs in various stages of disaasembly and disrepair; 1962 Cub Cadet Original; 2 other Cub Cadet Originals; Cub Cadet 100; Cub Cadet 124 w/Creeper; Cub Cadet 147; 2 Cub Cadet 129's; Cub Cadet 149; 1948 Allis Chalmers C w/single frontwheel; 1944 Farmall H w/Tokhiem Cab; 2 One Point Fasthitch Carriers; 2-#100 Fasthitch Rear Blade; 2 Sets Cub 144 Cultivators; 2 Sets Cub #252 Cultivators; 3 Cub #193 Mouldboard Plows; 1 Cub #193 Slatted Plow; 1 1948 Cub-54 Snow Plow; 3 Cub-54 49-5 Snow Plows; Cub #6 Tool Bar w/Disc Blades & Middlebuster. 2-#105 sickle mowers, #152 disc plow
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Location: Grand Island, Nebraska

Re: Hey everyone new member from Maine

Postby Cubfriend » Thu Oct 13, 2022 6:13 pm

Welcome to farmallcub.com. Sounds like a nice find with a good assortment of implements. 1948 was the largest production year for Cubs. Enjoy your newfound hobby. Beware, Cubs tend to multiply and it’s not an easy habit to kick. Good Luck!
Frank


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