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#16 Tmo OFFLINE  



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Posted February 21, 2011 - 07:12 AM

The dash has a similar shape, but it's not the same as a 1x4/1x5. Also, the steering column is all wrong for a 1x4/1x5 series, as is the steering wheel. Both of those can be changed out, though. I can see where the pto linkage goes across from right to left, but there is no lever on the left side.

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Posted February 21, 2011 - 07:44 PM

Something doesn't look right here.That grill is from a model 70,or 100, which were built from '63 to '65.That dash did was not used until about '68,and those fenders weren't used until '69.That steering wheel wasn't used until a least '71 .The brake pedal is newer,'68 and up. The serial number says it's a 1966,so 106/126 could well be what it started out as.So it looks a bit like a Frankenstein.
Sorry Bob,not trying to pick it apart,just telling you what I see.

Maynard please pick away thats why i asked. As of now it looks like i got 3 tractors for the price of one LOL.

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Posted February 21, 2011 - 07:49 PM

Maynard please pick away thats why i asked. As of now it looks like i got 3 tractors for the price of one LOL.

Really Bob,I wasn't picking,just pointing out what I saw.Even if it does have the odd piece on it,it will still be a nice machine,those old Cubs are great.
And congrats if I didn't already say so.

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Posted February 21, 2011 - 08:14 PM

Looks like a great deal if you ask me. I wouldn't have seen anything at all different about it. Nice haul Bob!

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Posted February 22, 2011 - 12:00 PM

This is a good variety pack Cub - parts from possibly several different Cubs were used on this thing. The Frame is a low tunnel frame that was used on the Models 70, 100, 71, 72, and 73. I cannot see if this frame has a quick attach front. My guess is this is a Mdoel 70 or 100 frame, the grill is definitely from a 70 or 100, the PTO lever looks to be from a 70 or 100 same for the lift handle. So my guess is the privious owner used a dash 106 or 126, used a steering wheel from a 108,109,128,129,149, used a shifter and fenders from a 1000 or 1200, Clutch/brake foot pad from a newer Cub - plus probably more.