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Now that's the most plausible explanation I've seen. Thanks!
BTW Dr. Evil; I've certainly enjoyed your reminisces on the "pinned" topic of the...
Converting to a 12 volt system is certainly a "modern" alternative and a viable option.
If the problem however, is just that the 6 volt system...
Your right on.:yes:
I've got an International Cub with the 15 hp motor.
What a difference that little bit of extra power makes!
The numbering system used for the numbered, Cub Lo-Boy line has always confused me. (not that it's hard to do):cornfused:
They started with the...
The 154 Cub Lo-boys were built from 68 to 74, with a total of 29,171 being made. They were produced at Louisville Works.
The 154 used a C-60...
Beautiful tractors, sure looks like a nice show!
Especially enjoyed the Black H and Loadstar.
What's the story behind the "Tally Tractor" ?...
That Dyno was personally owned by a former member of Chapter#30. He no longer owns it. (heard it was sold to a "puller") so no, it won't be there....
Appears to be a numbered series International Cub Lo-boy.
Specifically a 184 without the front grill, which was used to make it resemble the...
What a great picture, Don.
That non-trip blade goes perfectly with your 61CC.
But, my favorite picture is of Both your 61's, together! :thumbs...
Beautiful tractor, William!
You got a tractor you should be mighty proud of! :ihtractor:
Nice work, Enjoy!:thumbs up:
I'm not really saying it wasn't quality, but compare it to the rest of Farmall tractors.
From the introduction of the first Farmall in the early...
Your right Will, Sometimes ya gotta get em even though ya "Don't need it":rolleyes:
Here's a few shots of the one I brought...
If you'd stood just right while taking the picture, bet I'd be able to see you in the reflection. :thumbs up:
Looks really nice!...
Chapter 30 is doing hunky dory, Colin.
There were no notes in the Harvester Highlights cause they need to be turned in well before the edition...
I do believe that's the first lie ya ever told me! :eek:
Yup, He's quite a guy. :)
Has gotten me out of many a jam, with these old tractors! ;)
Happy Birthday Larry! :D
Mighty Fine, Mighty Fine --- Sure do make a great pair! :)
Yup : :) --- dose it have to be pretty? :rolleyes:
Holy smokes --- I've dreamt of making a find like that!
Congratulations, can't wait to see it in person. :)
(It'll be a lot easier to...