That's a GREAT looking Cub- congratulations! It's a real hoot to operate one of these and replacement parts are plentiful. Be careful ordering some of the 3rd party replacement parts as they can be pure junk from China.I bought a '47 Cub a couple of months back. I just wanted one, and found this one local. I have since picked up a 54A blade, and I also want some other things for it, maybe even a fast hitch.
https://cleveland.craigslist.org/grd/d/farmall-cub-weights/6248714444.htmlThat's a GREAT looking Cub- congratulations! It's a real hoot to operate one of these and replacement parts are plentiful. Be careful ordering some of the 3rd party replacement parts as they can be pure junk from China.
I'd love to find a set of front wheel weights like yours. I've seen two sets on our local Craigslist but they were sold within hours of posting. I'll have to stop by Burgh's Implement Salvage and pick around.
Son-of-a-gun....I'll have to call on those tomorrow. Thanks!https://cleveland.craigslist.org/grd/d/farmall-cub-weights/6248714444.html
Where are you at in NEOH that your close enough to go to Burgh's?
I think that "HamiltonBobs" deals mostly with Lo-Boys. He was super helpful and nice when I talked to him about parts for my Cub.Oh, in addition to JP Tractor Salvage, here is another place to find parts for your Cub.
Tm Tractor TM Tractor Parts Quality New and Replacement Parts for McCormick Farmall Cub, International Cub, and International Lo-Boy
Steiner Tractor is another place you can find parts. https://www.steinertractor.com/
And one more place: HamiltonBobsCubs | IH Cub loboy 154, 185, and 184 - New Parts | Home
For a good forum for Cubs: Farmall Cub - Index page
There, after registering and having two posts under your belt, you can download manuals, brochures, etc.