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Is your tractor a Cub, Cub LoBoy or model 154, 184, 185, learn the difference.

Many customers are confused about the differences between the Cub’s and the number series. Use this handy list to help you determine which machine you have.

Cub Tractor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cub, Cub Loboy:

  • Driver offset to right side
  • Round fenders
  • Steering offset to right side (runs along right side of hood)
  • Gearshift lever left of driver
  • Cast iron frame
  • Round front axle
  • Radiator bolts directly to front support casting (No lower tank)
  • Hydraulics under fuel tank
  • Foot platform offset to right side
  • ‘Rod’ style throttle linkage
  • Headlights attach to front radiator side plates

International 184

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

154, 184, 185:

  • Driver sits in the middle
  • Channel iron frame rails
  • Cable throttle
  • Flat top square fenders
  • Steering box & steering wheel in center of tractor
  • Cast I beam front axle
  • Driver straddles gear shift lever
  • Radiator does NOT bolt to front support casting it has a separate bottom tank
  • Hydraulics controlled by valves hidden from view
  • Running boards on each side
  • Headlights in front grill

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Original style IH coil

IHS234Finish off your restoration at an affordable price. Our original style IHS234 (6-volt) & IHS237 (12-volt) coils with IH stamp fits Cub, Cub LoBoy, A, B, C, H, M, Supers, I, O, W4, 6, 9 series, 100, 130, 140, 200, 230, 240, 300, 330, 340, 350, 400, 450, 600, 650. Order yours today!

Clutch Parts for your Cub

IHS015

Throwout Bearing

(Original Graphite Style)

IHS015 – Fits Cub & Cub LoBoy

 

IHS1643

Throwout Bearing

(Improved Automotive Style)

IHS1643 – Fits Cub & Cub LoBoy

 

IHS498

Clutch Release Yoke, pair

IHS498 – Fits Cub SN: 32229 & up, Cub LoBoy

USA made

 

Tractor Stories – 1951 Farmall Cub

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I am the proud owner of a 1951 Farmall Cub. This tractor came into my possesion by me trading my fourwheeler and the reason I was so eager to do this was because this is the same year and model that my Great-Grandpaw Bearden owned. Me being 18 at the time of purchase had the honor of working on it with both my Father and Grandfather and was able to proudly run the two together side by side. I just wish more folks my age was into this sort of “hobby”. God bless you all and thank you for listening to my story.

Joseph Tidwell
Jasper, Alabama

 

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