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Farmall Super A, AV, 100, 130, & 140 1939 - 1973
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Kentucky raised Super A...

Postby mdishinger » Mon Jul 04, 2022 6:22 am

Drove down to Kentucky and brought home my first Farmall tractor...already ran her through my sweet corn field. Nickname she has is "critter" due to living in Crittendon KY all her life. Uhaul trailer was packed to the gills with all the good stuff....thanks Dave E. for schooling me for more than 6 hours on the finer points of theses tractors...you have quite the herd down there.

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Re: Kentucky raised Super A...

Postby DetroitDick » Tue Jul 05, 2022 12:12 am

Welcome but you know the drill....without pictures it didn't happen lol.

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Re: Kentucky raised Super A...

Postby mdishinger » Tue Jul 05, 2022 10:00 pm

:lost:
DetroitDick wrote:Welcome but you know the drill....without pictures it didn't happen lol.

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Re: Kentucky raised Super A...

Postby Stanton » Wed Jul 06, 2022 6:16 am

Welcome to the Forum mdishinger! The threads about posting pics will help you.

Take some time and read through a few threads to acquaint yourself with the Forum:

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You'll be able to download an Owner's Manual (very strongly recommended for maintenance and understanding your Cub) and any service manuals that interest you. Implement Manuals are also available.

In addition to the Owner's Manual, you might also enjoy reading through this thread: What to do with a Cub you just brought home

There are a lot of good threads dealing with Cub repair and maintenance in the How To Forum. Located here: http://farmallcub.com/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=11

We’d encourage you to take the Safety Test located in the Safety Forum: http://farmallcub.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=68084

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Re: Kentucky raised Super A...

Postby mdishinger » Fri Jul 08, 2022 8:18 am

Screenshot_20220626-081710_Facebook.jpg
Here is a pic of "critter" from Crittendon KY

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Re: Kentucky raised Super A...

Postby BullDAWG » Fri Jul 08, 2022 2:26 pm

Nice looking SA. I've never seen a red circle around the "Super A". Changes the look. I'm almost tempted to say that is for a white demo decals set.

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Re: Kentucky raised Super A...

Postby indy61 » Fri Jul 08, 2022 2:53 pm

mdishinger wrote:Screenshot_20220626-081710_Facebook.jpgHere is a pic of "critter" from Crittendon KY

Fun fact...The factory where the Super A was built was located on Crittenden Drive, in Louisville, Ky. :mrgreen:

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Tufline 6' disc (old heavy pull type)
1953+ A-295A 2 furrow SlatWing Plow Chief plow (SA)
1950 cub-193 1 furrow SWPC plow (cub) (sold)
6' home made bush hog. Mounts on drawbar
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Re: Kentucky raised Super A...

Postby BullDAWG » Fri Jul 08, 2022 5:43 pm

Cool, I wouldn't be surprised if that road actually goes to the town of Crittenden. At least here in the country, many roads names like old river Rd or town/city names were because they were at the time the only way to get from one town to another before highways were around.
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