Farmall cub and cub cadet book
Cub Cadet - WikipediaNo visible signs of wear. Cover and pages are free from creases and folds. This book is in excellent condition with no visible signs of wear. It is full of color photographs and in-depth information and the pages are free from creases and folds. The cover is free of dents or creases. Please see my other listings for more great quality books.
Cub Cadet is an American company  that produces and globally markets a full line of outdoor power equipment and services — including four-wheel steer zero-turn riders; lap bar zero-turn riders; utility vehicles; lawn and garden tractors, lithium ion- and gasoline-powered handheld and chore products; snow throwers and more. Cub Cadet products are distributed worldwide through a network of independent retail dealers. IH Cub Cadet was a premium line of small tractors, established in as part of International Harvester. The IH Cub Cadet was an entirely new line of heavy-duty small tractors using components from the previous Cub series tractors. During the s, IH Cub Cadet was marketed to the owners of increasingly popular rural homes with large lawns and private gardens. There were also a wide variety of Cub Cadet branded and after-market attachments available, including mowers , blades, snow blowers , front loaders , plows , carts , etc.
Quick links. Forum rules Notice: For sale and wanted posts are not allowed in this forum. Please use our free classifieds or one of our site sponsors for your tractor and parts needs. Despite the online description that it covered Farmall Cubs and implements, and was a "must-have" for restoring Cubs, there is only a brief mention of the original Farmall Cubs, and very little about implements. In fact, the opening introduction clearly states that there was no intention to cover the early Farmall Cubs or implements since they were so well documented in other books. Can anyone recommend any other books that cover the original Farmall Cubs in detail?
In the late s, sales of the Farmall Cub shifted from agricultural purpose to industrial purpose. In , International Harvester changed the grill of these tractors to a flat-grill style and dropped the Farmall name in favor of International. In , the last production run of Cubs were painted IH Red. The Demonstrator White color was used in on Cubs between serial numbers to These White Demo Cubs were used in the IH special demonstration program by dealers to highlight the abilities of the tractor. The tractors were painted white with red wheel centers.