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Ammeter and Headlight switch - 58 Cub437 viewsJeremy58Cub
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Ammeter reading with Cub running at med idle67 viewsJeremy58Cub
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New Voltage Regulator 6 volt/Pos ground55 viewsJeremy58Cub
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Ammeter reading after pulling out the switch, before cranking60 viewsJeremy58Cub
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Ammeter reading when battery is disconnected55 viewsJeremy58Cub
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Dash panel with PSI, flow meter, flow control valve, and tach55 viewsbillyandmillie
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1440 hour meter reads 66521 viewscub62932
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66 viewsRick Prentice, Larry Dotson, Nik Robel, & Bill Poor going over the numbers produced by the tractors on the dynometer.Bill (TAMU '78)
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70 viewsRick, turning the valve and writing down the numbers for the Cub on the dynomometer.Bill (TAMU '78)
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84 viewsSeems that the presence of the dynomometer prompted many owners and others to tweak the carb for more power.Bill (TAMU '78)
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Cub Hour Meter142 viewsschmibm
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IH ammeter face14 viewsB&W image of the ammeter face from a '51 Cub. Useful to cover an existing damaged meter face. Print the image so that distance between arrow points is 1 3/4". To Apply, cut out the kidney-shaped hole between "AMPERES' and the IH logo. Spray the back of the image with a spray adhesive. Slide the ammeter needle through the hole and line up the image. Lightly press the new face into place. Reassemble the ammeter.ShadeTree
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delete21 viewsShadeTree
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Cecil's Feb 2009 Minifest73 viewsusing a micrometer to measure the rod journal diameter on the crankshaftlurker carl
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The modofied PTO shaft-1" diameter with keyway31 viewsawander
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23 viewsBigdog
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25 viewsBigdog
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15 viewsThe boom cradle rests on the drawbar of the cub, af forward as possible. The tube is made from a 10" long pipe, with sides 1/4" thick and inside diameter = 3". The horizontal angle iron is 3" x 3" x 3/8", and is 28-1/2" long. The welded end of the pipe is cut at 45-degree angles so it can be welded to the angle iron on all sides. The cradle is kept in place on the drawbar by a J-bolt on either end of the angle iron. The cradle not only supports the boom, but keeps it from tipping left or right.tulalipjames
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